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|Originally Posted by Vortex3D |
When HD DVD was around, Dolby Digital Plus bitrate was up to 1.5Mbps on a DD+ capable sound receiver. DD max bitrate is 640Kbps.
Originally Posted by DaveFi /forum/post/19540940
I can't seem to get DD+ working even though I know my receiver supports it. Eddie, do you have the "DD+" symbol lit on your receiver? If so, what is your audio config on the PS3?
Originally Posted by joeblow /forum/post/19542229
He just explained that the VUDU people said those quick previews are 2.0 audio only. You'll have to test using an actual movie rental. Why not use your free credits and check?
Originally Posted by DaveFi /forum/post/19542259
I tried it and still am getting plain DD 640k.
DaveFi;19542192FYI: If you want 5.1 bitstreamed output off the PS3 said:Dave thanks a lot.
I tried just what you said here. I went into PS3 Audio setting and removed all instances of 7.1 audio selections.
I launched Vudu and tried another HDX preview and you were right.
My reveiver now gets Dolby Digital 5.1 audio.
I wonder why 7.1 PCM was being output before??
You were right though disable 7.1 and it forces DD 5.1 output.
Originally Posted by eddieb187 /forum/post/19542390
What do you mean by Plain DD?
2.0, 5.1, Dolby Digital what?
When playing HDX Free Previews my receiver says I'm getting,
"Multichannel PCM 7.1"?
When I stream Netflix HD movies it says,
"Dolby Digital 5.1"