Possible to copy surround tracks from DVD's to DVD-r?

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  1. Jereme D

    Jereme D Stunt Coordinator

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    Can the DTS and DD encoding be copied to a DVD-r? Note that I'm not looking for instructions and am not trying to do it. I'm just curious to know if it can be done.
     
  2. Danny R

    Danny R Supporting Actor

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    Yes, it is very possible.
     
  3. Javier_Huerta

    Javier_Huerta Supporting Actor

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    I have extracted the DD & PCM tracks off a DVD. I could burn the PCM tracks into CD (after re-sampling it), yet there was no way I could do so with the DD track (since it was sampled at a different frequency).

    I'd say it's entirely possible to rip the audio track and record it on a new DVD-R.
     
  4. Jereme D

    Jereme D Stunt Coordinator

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    I'm talking about actually copying the movie with the surround tracks so that you more or less have an identical copy of the original dvd; not just ripping off the audio. I'm not sure if you guys are talking about the same thing.
     
  5. Rob Gillespie

    Rob Gillespie Producer

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    Jereme, this isn't the place to discuss this. Danny R answered your question. The mods get itchy about this kind of thing.
     
  6. Jereme D

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    No worries mate. ;-) I'll move it along.
     

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