Originally Posted by Amidujusu89
Does anyone know why Zidoo media players don't show English DTS Hd Master Audio tracks when you click audio while watching a movie? It only shows DTS instead, but the other languages besides English shows DTS HD MA.
I will take the opportunity to answer: You might not like it though but here it goes.
(DTS-X) and (TrueHD Atmos) are meta data and not a format. All DTS-X and Atmos tracks have core audio for you guessed it (DTS-HD MA 5.1/7/1) OR Dolby TrueHD 5.1/7.1 build in.
HT 2.0 does not use mediainfo to scan codecs in the track, so where it is reading from in the header is the core audio. Could it be fixed? Very likely!
Are the re-inventing the wheel by choosing not to scrape using mediainfo...absolutely.
It obviously plays DTS-X as well as Dolby Atmos, if they are defaulted as the audio track in the header. or bluray structure/iso.
What I can tell you is the tags i labeled at the top will give you the icons for DTS-X and Dolby Atmos) very easily.
(TrueHD Atmos 5.1)(TrueHD Atmos 7.1)(TrueHD Atmos)
Use a a batch renamer like "advanced renamer" will solve your titles very easily to dress it up nicely and quickly.
A hint for BDMV folder is rename as following folder structure: Title (Year)(UHD)(TrueHD Atmos 7.1) or Title (Year)(UHD)(DTS-HD MA 7.1)
and for ISO the following folder structure: Title (Year) /---> Filename: Title (Year)(3D)(True HD Atmos 7.1).iso
and for MKV the following folder structure: Title (Year) / ----> Filename: Title (Year)(4K)(HDR)(TrueHD Atmos 7.1).mkv
As soon as you preview video for a few seconds you get frame rate, and ratio , as well as HDR tags, but if you want that dts-x or atmos you need to include it in your tags.
Hope this helps you a bit more as to the why they dont say it on thier "info' screen or audio submenu information screen.