check my post http://www.networkedmediatank.com/showt ... ?tid=34919, I guess this explains your (and my) problem.cave35 wrote:Hi,
Nice tool and I used it for the first time yesterday. There is a problem that I am not sure if it is the player's or this tool's. The player is Popcorn Hour A-110 and it connects to my audio receiver via HDMI. My receiver displays the format of the incoming audio. With this mkv, the receiver indicates it is DTS, not DTS-MA as I expected. When I look at the video information on popcorn, it indicates the bit rate for the audio is over 4 Mbps, which to me is normal for DTS-MA. I have other clips with DTS-MA in m2ts containers and popcorn can play and my receiver will show the DTS-MA indicator as expected. Does anyone know if it is this tool that couldn't merge the DTS-MA track properly or if Popcorn can't handle DTS-MA in a mkv container?
Unfortunatly the A-110 doesn't (yet) support hd-audio streams in MKV.
Tried TSmuxer to generate M2TS files from the mkv's created by MakeMKV, but that fails (gives error on a track, which I guess is the hd-audio track, while loading the MKV and in the end the m2ts file doesn't play).
I have another topic here (http://www.makemkv.com/forum2/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=887 wondering if makemkv is still doing "something" wrong with putting HD audio inside the mkv...