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M2ts/m2t Hd (1920x1080) With Dd5.1


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I don't know if this is the correct area to post this in.. If not my apologies.

 

I have allready purchased this copy and am still in my 30 day return time frame.

 

I have some M2TS video files in the 1980x1080 format that includes DD 5.1 Lossless audio. (Bitrate on some files is VBR, and up to 30mbps)

 

I want to convert these files to either HD MPG-4, HD Mpg-2, or WMV-HD and maintain full 1980x1080 resolution and maintain DD 5.1. Although doesnt' have to be lossless.

 

My TiVo S3/HD/HD-XL is capable of playing HD DD5.1 MPG-4 (1920x1080), OR HD DD5.1 MPG2 (1920x1080) files.

 

The Xbox 360 is capable of playing WMV-HD with DD5.1 as well.

 

Is Roxio Creator 2009 capable of doing this conversion. IF so How?

 

Thank you

 

Gary

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Sorry Creator 2009 does not support surround sound. C2009 can do the video conversion, but the sound will be converted to 2 channel stereo.

 

 

Thanks for your help... Thats just crazy! DD5.1 has been around now for almost 15 years. Even before HD was a wet dream! Find it hard to beleive that it has such limited support for DD5.1.

 

What I have found though is it does have limted DD5.1. IF I were to rip a regular DVD and convert to SD MPG-2/MPG-4 it does maintain DD 5.1

 

If your able too. Do you know of any program that is capable of doing what I would like to do?

 

Thanks again for taking the time to answer my question.

 

Gary

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