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Your terminology is a little confusing since CDs don't have anything to do with DTS.
- Is your goal to create a DTS Music disc (sometimes inaccurately called "DTS CD")? This could be played back by any device/system that can handle DTS music discs. To create a DTS Music disc you need to purchase software that can do it, i.e., SurCode
- Or are you trying to create a DVD that only contains DTS in the DVD files (vob, ifo) etc..? This is what you would do if you were creating an audio only DVD for playback from a DVD player as opposed to demuxing to .dts files (see below).
- Or are you trying to demux so you have just .dts files? If so then I believe regular DVD players won't know what to do with those files if burned to a DVD for playback - but you could use .dts files if playing back using a computer as your playback device. So if trying to demux to .dts files I (or someone else) can probably work on steps/troubleshoot, but maybe include some detail on your intended playback setup as far as hardware (hardware dvd player? dts music disc? analog or s/pdif connection?).
Also just to make sure you're aware, you are getting the audio from the 'normal' portion of the DVD and not the hi-res portion or the DVD-A, which is fine if you are only going for the AC3 or DTS audio.