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  1. Lossless Codecs on Xbox One

    AV Home Theater
    So, I was noticing that my xbox isn't playing proper codecs on Blu-Rays. Is this something I did to settings? Or has it never played it properly. When i play Akira with Tru-HD it says on the xbox that its playing Dolby Digital. On the Onkyo it says PCM. When I tried the supersonic codec on...
  2. Which settings/audio codecs to use

    Computers | HTPC | Media Servers
    Hi, I predominantly play downloaded movies (legal in my country) from my PC which is linked to my Home Cinema Set (Sony HTSS1300) with HDMI and then from my receiver with HDMI to my TV. Now honestly the only reason I bought a HCS was to eliminate the sound from my neighbours TV (a 90 yo woman...
  3. Codecs for .mkv container Blu Ray

    Blu-ray | DVD | Disc Media Players
    Hi all, I have a Standard Definition camcorder which produces .MOD files. I can convert these to DVD or VCD, but I have an LG player whith USB port. How do I convert these to the correct codecs to place in a .mkv container? My son has just had a sports day at school and I have the footage. He's...
  4. Cheapest receiver with video processing and HD codecs?

    Home Theater Receivers | Processors | Amps
    I am looking for the cheapest receiver that is capable of processing component signals to hdmi and handles the latest codecs. The ones I can think of are the Onkyo 605/606/607 series and the Yamaha 663/665. Are there any that are availabe for cheaper?
  5. BD HD DVD lossless audio codecs

    Blu-ray | DVD | Disc Media Players
    I read this in a review of a Blu-ray player on HomeTheaterMag.com http://www.hometheatermag.com/discplayers/0307lgbdhd/ "It doesn’t output any of the new high-resolution audio formats digitally (nor do any of the current players). Instead, you can get them in their analog form via the...
  6. HDMI versions and Lossless codecs

    Movies | TV Shows | Hollywood
    Hi, quick question. Here's what I believe, please correct if I'm wrong. ---- At least HDMI version 1.1 or greater is required to pass uncompressed PCM translated TrueHD or DTS-HD audio from player to receiver. ---- That means if you have a next gen disc player and receiver w/ HDMI 1.1 or...
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