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I was having problems with WinDVD v3 video in zoom player. Upped to Sonic filters but needed to use WinDVD audio cause it was the only way to get my SPDIF working. Here's the DVDGraph if anyone else out there wants Sonic CineMaster 1.5 video with WinDVD v3 audio for default waveout device (which works for SPDIF)


DefineFilter(iviaudio.ax)

DefineFilter(CinemasterVideo.dll)

LoadFilter({70E102B0-5556-11CE-97C0-00AA0055595A},Video Renderer)

LoadFilter({6E8D4A20-310C-11D0-B79A-00AA003767A7},Line 21 Decoder)

LoadFilter({E30629D1-27E5-11CE-875D-00608CB78066},Default WaveOut Device)

LoadFilter({CD8743A1-3736-11D0-9E69-00C04FD7C15B},Overlay Mixer)

LoadFilter({7E2E0DC1-31FD-11D2-9C21-00104B3801F6},InterVideo Audio Decoder)

LoadFilter({D7D50E8D-DD72-43C2-8587-A0C197D837D2},Sonic Cinemaster® DS Video Decoder)

LoadFilter({9B8C4620-2C1A-11D0-8493-00A02438AD48},Source 0)

ConnectPin(Source 0,Video,Sonic Cinemaster® DS Video Decoder,Video in)

ConnectPin(Source 0,AC3,InterVideo Audio Decoder,In)

ConnectPin(Source 0,SubPicture,Sonic Cinemaster® DS Video Decoder,Subpicture in)

ConnectPin(InterVideo Audio Decoder,Out,Default WaveOut Device,Audio Input pin (rendered))

ConnectPin(Sonic Cinemaster® DS Video Decoder,Video Out,Overlay Mixer,Input0)

ConnectPin(Sonic Cinemaster® DS Video Decoder,CC Out,Line 21 Decoder,In)

ConnectPin(Overlay Mixer,Output,Video Renderer,In)
 

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OK, but I still have stutter. Whenever I pass simply 2 channel to the SPDIF out, I get no stutter. But, when it's passing AC3, it studders. WHY?


I have a 1.2 GHz machine.
 

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I guess that made it sound like I try to pass 2.0. When I use the Sonic 1.5 audio filter, the SPDIF only pushes 2.0 stereo to my amp. When I use the WinDVD v3 audio filter, it passes 5.1. Why? The DVDGraph for Sonic 1.5 shows the AC3 patched to the Sonic filter input--why would it be passing 2.0?
 

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So, in the end, I still had stutter, so I figured out why the $15 Sonic CineMasters weren't spitting out DD. If you build a graph in graphedit, before you export to xml, right click the Sonic audio decoder and look at 'properties' There you can turn on SPDIF, raw passthrough and so forth. What took in the end was just SPDIF, but that was enough.


The Sonic also puts something in the control panel of win xp, so maybe you can fix it there too.
 
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