Carl Eugen Hoyos
cehoyos at ag.or.at
Sun Dec 22 16:38:20 CET 2013
Ionel GARDAIS <igardais <at> yahoo.fr> writes:
> - test.unpack.wav :
> -- IS playable in VLC, seen as PCM S16 LE, 44.1kHz, 16b,
> with 5.1 channels
> -- CANNOT be burned as audio track in cdrecord
> ("inappropriate audio coding")
> -- shntool sees the RIFF magic bytes BUT detects an
> unsupported audio format (0xfffe).
This is unrelated to your original question, it simply means
that these application do not follow the Microsoft
specification on how to write multi-channel audio in wav.
(This is the same problem as "Remuxing multi-channel ac3 in
avi doesn't work" which is reported quite often.)
You could try your original task with stereo (or mono)
input just to make sure that the problem isn't that the
FFmpeg dts encoder works badly with multi-channel input.
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