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Old 03-07-06, 06:38 PM
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List of full bitrate DTS DVD's?

First, what is the difference between full bitrate and half bitrate DTS? How can you tell if a release is full or half?

And, is there a list of full bitrate DTS DVD's?
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Full bitrate dts is encoded at 1536 kbps, as opposed to 768 kps which is on most DVDs with a dts track. Basically, a full bitrate dts track is uncompressed and is usually provides a fuller audio track for a better overall experience.


Here is a thread from dvdtherapy.com (and awesome site) that lists them all. Enjoy.

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Originally Posted by scrotalsac187
Full bitrate dts is encoded at 1536 kbps, as opposed to 768 kps which is on most DVDs with a dts track. Basically, a full bitrate dts track is uncompressed and is usually provides a fuller audio track for a better overall experience.


Here is a thread from dvdtherapy.com (and awesome site) that lists them all. Enjoy.

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If you use the Advanced Criteria Search at Widescreen Review, you can specify full or half bit rate DTS. This works along with a thousand other cool criteria to search on.

http://www.widescreenreview.com/dvd_search2.php
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Originally Posted by scrotalsac187
Basically, a full bitrate dts track is uncompressed and is usually provides a fuller audio track for a better overall experience.
That's not true. A full rate DTS track is still compressed. It's just less compressed than a half rate track.
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So was the DTS on laserdiscs compressed? It's always said to have been full bit rate.

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