[pulseaudio-discuss] pulseaudio xbmc passthrough success
kelly at silka.with-linux.com
Mon Mar 14 15:52:56 PDT 2011
On 03/06/11 14:54, pl bossart wrote:
>> I've got pulseaudio xbmc passthrough working. I've rolled it together with
>> a "previously" windows c++ library called Ac3Filter. I've been tweeking up
>> Ac3Filter quite a bit. I'm using the Ac3Filter library to Mux spdif. It
>> was a well written library/tools that was relatively easy to get ported to
>> I'm watching Avatar in wonderful DTS surround sound now.
> All you need is a 3D TV now...
> Seriously, this is good. Can you send a link to this ported AC3Filter
> code? I thought it was too Windows/DirectX-oriented to be used. I
> didn't look too much since it's GPL, and LGPL is preferred in terms of
> integration with proprietary components.
I've update AudioFilter and the Xbmc AudiFilter patch. It now passes
the core dts-5.1 portion of dts-hd audio streams.
Supposedly ffmpeg can mux a dts-hd stream that passes through the full
dts-hd stream. I want to analyse what ffmpeg is doing to the hd portion
of the stream so I can implement it. If anyone knows of the ffmpeg
command that will mux a dts-hd stream for spdif let me know.
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