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Thread: Native format passthrough (BD M2TS, DTS-MA/TrueHD)

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    Ok, I'll get back to you via e-mail shortly.

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    Hi Dennis,

    Thanks for the great support! I was able to get DTS audio to pass through with 1080p video to my Samsung BD-C6900 using your modified Samsung BDP-3D profile.

    But it was at a cost of reducing the video bit rate to about 12Mb/s from about 35Mb/s from the original. So far my first try was to rencode the video from 22GB to about 8GB and that works very well. Easy to backup on cheap DVD's too.

    Next try is 20Mb/sec bit rate or so to see if that works. But the typical original blu-ray video will definetly have to be re-encoded to a lower bit rate to work with DTS and this model's DLNA.

    Thanks again for the great support!

    Edit:BTW I was able to keep the full 5.1 channel DTS audio with the 8GB version that works. My audio receiver reports it as "DTS 5.1ch 48KHz" and sounds great!
    Last edited by Jabber; 11-01-2011 at 05:25 PM.

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    I'm glad it's working for you now! I'd recommend keeping bitrates lower than 15Mb/s to make them compatible with the BDP.

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