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  1. REW Forum
    Dear all, I am importing impulse responses in WAV format quite often but it seem that REW supports 16bit only e.g. 48kHz 24bits - not supported (even I set the sound card settings to 48kHz) 48kHz 16bits - fine 44.1kHz 24bits - not supported 44.1kHz 16bits - fine, even if the current sampling...
  2. Audio Processing
    On several new-release BR rentals the center audio tracks are completely missing. If I use the "descriptive audio" it plays through (along with voice-overs) and it also plays in other languages. My BR is a 4 year old LG 390 with all firmware updates, and my receiver is an older Yamaha 663...
  3. HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    I have a wide-screen display. A lot of broadcasts are still in the old 3x4 aspect ratio, I assume to keep people with this type of display happy, who may still be in the majority. I had thought my display (Sony KDL-32XBR6) would automatically adjust and fill the screen the best it can (I have...
  4. Pro Audio
    Hi guys, I recently bought a Canon HF-10 HD video camera. It shoots to AVCHD format with file extensions like .mts or .m2ts. I'm looking for some basic information on how to manipulate these files. First, let's start off really easy. I want to be able to burn a standard DVD (i.e., not...
  5. Computers | HTPC | Media Servers
    I've searched the forum and can't find the answer. I would like to convert my dvd collection and move it all to a nas (Network attached Storage). I can't figure out what file format to use if I want to be able to stream to a PC, an Xbox 360, and Apple TV. there has to be some format the both...
  6. Home Theater Receivers | Processors | Amps
    Im getting a new Processor, it's a Sunfire TGP-5 it will process all the leading movie sound formats like Dolby prologic II, 5.1 Dolby digital, 7.1, DTS, DTS EX, DTS neo 6 ect. My question is WHY??? what Im leading up to is that almost all the movies on DVD are in 5.1 Dolby digital, and there...
  7. Movies | TV Shows | Hollywood
    After having upgraded my display to 106" 16:9 FP, I noticed most of my favorite movies are having black bars (well like my 29" SD TV). I couldn't imagine so many of the good movies are 2.35:1. Yet all pixar and some movies are 16:9 enhanced and will fit fine to the screen. But SD TV from the...
  8. Audio Processing
    So a while back, I was looking at DTS's website and was really impressed with the flexibility apparently afforded by their new sound formats found on BluRay and HD DVD. According the the site, you can configure your setup in a host of manners. There are modes with a normal 6.1 setup plus a...
  9. Movies | TV Shows | Hollywood
    This is still confusing me. I posted a question in a thread farther down about my A2 sending the TrueHD audio to my Onkyo and received the answer I wanted but now I have a brand new Samsung BD P1400 BluRay player and I understand that it does send the TruHD and DTSHD directly over HDMI. My...
  10. Movies | TV Shows | Hollywood
    Amazon Puts A Bet On Both DVD Formats May 2, 2006 Amazon, the largest US online retailer, has entered the developing show-down over high-definition video formats, with a new "DVD on demand" service. The service allows content owners to produce discs in either of the competing new formats in...
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