Flageborg, I posted a guide earlier in this thread for extracting the digital audio from a movie. Last week I rented STID and it took 30 minutes to rip, 10 minutes to extract the audio, and 2 minutes 8 seconds to analyze the peak/avg output in Spectrum Lab for the entire soundtrack using maxmercy's settings. You can also extract and analyze portions of the movie in less than a minute. Once you have the extracted audio, you can view the waveform in Audacity, WaveShop, or other programs.
Quote:The software decoders for TrueHD and DTS-HD are licensed from Dolby and DTS. Why would they have a problem with this movie and not others? Why are those with hardware decoders (Bossobass) having the same issue?
It appears Nube doesn't understand that raw data stored on disc can cause integer overflow during the decoding process. While Dolby TrueHD is a lossless encoding process, that doesn't mean it's impossible for something to go wrong during decoding.