Mounting DVD with Deamon Tools -- No Sound!

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  1. BeHeadR

    BeHeadR Only Slightly Insane

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    I just downloaded the Rammstein Voelkerball DVD's and mounted them with Deamon Tools and for some reason I don't have any sound :( I DL DVDs off of Newsgroups all the time and have never had a problem. I've also downloaded 2 differrent rips of this DVD and they both have the same problem.

    Here is the .nfo from one of them:

    RELEASE.......RAMMSTEIN.VOLKERBALL.2006.PAL.DTS.MDVD-LzY
    SOURCE........DVD9
    AUDIO.........DTS
    VIDEO.........PAL
    RAR...........92x50MB
    STREETDATE....2006.11.15
    RIPDATE.......2006.11.17
    RIPPER........LzY
    NOTES: ONLY DTS ON THE DE NIMES AND LONDON SHOW AND ONLY LPCM ON THE REST ! STRIPPED LPCM ON DE NOMES AND LONDON TO REMAIN HIGHER BITRATES ! THE ORIGINAL DISC WERE ALMOST 8GB.
    ENJOY !!

    So I see its a PAL and thats never been a problem....I'm not sure if I've ever tried anything in DTS audio before so I'm not sure what that requires, if anything. I can only assume its a problem with Deamon tools or the type of audio used because as I said I've downloaded two different rips of this and they both behave the same way......yet when I try and mount anything else it works fine. :confused:

    I'm running p4 3.2ghz, 2 gigs ddr2, geforce 6800gt, XP SP2.

    Am I overlooking something? Does anybody have an idea of whats up? :hsd:
     
  2. Wolf68k

    Wolf68k OT Supporter

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    the DTS audio would be with the player and your sound card.
    What are you using to play the DVD, what program?

    Try playing it again, go into the DVD's audio menu and select a different audio track...or click the Audio button on the DVD player's controls.
     
  3. modspace

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    I see that it is DVD9.. has other DVD9's worked?

    If so, try changing your media player, usually VLC Player can play pretty much anything.
     
  4. BeHeadR

    BeHeadR Only Slightly Insane

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    Interesting, the VLC media player worked, thanks. :wiggle:
     
  5. GlocksRock

    GlocksRock Glock > You

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    yeah, a lot of sofware doesn't have the right codecs to play DTS tracks.
     

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