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#1  April 30, 2014 - 7:23pm
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I see that a lot of people are asking for DTS support. How does that make the quality better? If I recall DTS is for audio, correct? Sorry for the dumb question, I've just never messed with videos to know much more than file types like .flv, mp4, and .avi.

  April 30, 2014 - 11:58pm
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  CombativesGo wrote:

I see that a lot of people are asking for DTS support. How does that make the quality better? If I recall DTS is for audio, correct? Sorry for the dumb question, I've just never messed with videos to know much more than file types like .flv, mp4, and .avi.

It is not a case of quality - but whether you get any audio at all!    Without DTS support many videos (particularly movies) will have no audio as that is the format that they are using to store their audio.

 

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  May 1, 2014 - 4:15pm
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So what you're saying is that when people ask for DTS support it's because they ripped their movies from DVDs and because of that their audio won't work because the encoding is a format that isn't supported?