Originally Posted by Dark_Slayer
Are you bitstreaming to a receiver or decoding everything to a monitor/hdtv? Are you sure the LAV audio bitstreaming options are appropriate for your setup?
Did you run the WMC audio setup (not sure if it's still needed)? What is your audio output device (and other options for output devices) in the Control Panel -> Sound -> Playback tab?
Sorry for taking so long to respond, work got in the way. I have my HTPC connected to a Yamaha RXA1000 AVR via HDMI. The HDMI is plugged into the GTX 780 GPU on my HTPC. I am using a Samsung 54" LED TV.
THe interesting thing is when I right click on speaker icon on my desktop and select Playback I do not see my Yamaha AVR on the list which from what I have read I am supposed to see . What I do see is Nvidea HDMI 1, Nvidea HDMI2, Nvidea HDMI3, Samsung 1, Speakers realtek High def audio, Realtek digital output, realtek HDMI output. Samsung-1 Nvidea High definition audio is the default device. I do not know why my Yamaha AVR does not show up.
When I go into WMC, tasks, settings , General, windows media center setup, setup your speakers, I have selected 5.1 surround speakers which is what I have. I then select the test and do here the test tone out of all of my speakers. I looked at the Lav audio settings and this is what I have selected,
Dolby Digital Plus (E-AC3)
Auto A/V Sync correction
Convert output to standard Channel layout
32-bit integer floating-point
use Dithering for 16 bit output
THanks for your help
Originally Posted by lespurgeon
I didn't think WMC would play isos.
Yes I did run WMC audio setup. THe audio output device is my Samsung tv which I believe is not correct as I explained above.
I followed assassin's guide to get Iso playback with WMC, that part was not to difficult it uses Virtual clone drive to mount the iso file. Appreciate your
help. I hope with this info we can get get to what is causing the problem.