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When I play the Dolby Digital test from the control panel sound settings, the receiver shows a Dolby Digital Signal. you can say that i should just get a graph card with hdmi but not all amps have that as input... I want to play Blu-Ray and HD-DVD discs, so I really need PowerDVD to work. If I set it to anything else (e.g. "2 Speaker", "6 speaker") I just get stereo sound.

I'm not sure what you mean with "describe the steps" as there aren't really any ste ps. asalpopat16th March 2008, 05:40I have the foll config core2duo 1.86 2 gb asus 945 mboard realtek hd chip onboard with spidf i had problems to output dolby digital stream through powerdvd Cyberlink has released a patch (53) for their PowerDVD9 which seems to resolve this SPDIF passthrough issue. lord of the rings spec.

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HDMI – Carries uncompressed Stereo audio between devices. except I am using an onboard Realtek chip... What is the SPDIF Out connected to? again (updated 5/3-2012 07:07 EU time) of 2 Reply to this topic Solution Chosen by boelle boelle Newbie Private Message Joined: Mar 02, 2012 19:42 Messages: 16 Offline Solved by Mar

Statistics 562 visitors over the past 5 minutes Newest guides MP4Box general documentation Remuxing TV Bluray Discs with BatchGuy Remuxing Movie Bluray Discs with BatchGuy Batch Bluray Encoding with BatchGuy How IIRC, S/Pdif passthrough is used to allow the encoded info to passthrough the card to the digital output. When DDL/DTS encoding is off, Dolby/DTS Bitstream out is ON - when SPDIF is selected in PowerDVD, i expect?it'sto bitsteam data over SPDIF to external receiver When DDL/DTS encoding is off, Powerdvd 10 No Sound i selected SPDIF in Power DVD, so it lets the dolby signal through to my xfi and there it should be decoded, not with an external decoder.

After installing the beta drivers from Creative the device suddenly showed up in my Windows 7 speakersettings as a possible playback device. Powerdvd 12 No Sound Unless you have S/Pdif connected those settings do basically nothing. All the latest updates are used with PowerDVD (8 Ultra 2705), latest X-Fi driver 2.8.0008, even upgraded my Blu-Ray dri've's firmware! This answered my question Reply Solution Chosen by boelle MARK Newbie Private Message Joined: Dec 15, 2011 16:24 Messages: 8 Offline Mar 03, 2012 04:34 Have you tried selecting the audio

Code ladder, Robbers Why do governments not execute or otherwise permanently contain super villains? Cyberlink Powerdvd 15 No Sound Russtavo5th March 2008, 10:07The problem I think is sound card drivers and how they operate with Vista Audio APIs. I think you're right to say it has to do with your X-Fi drivers. Doom9's Forum > Hardware & Software > Software players > PowerDVD SPDIF Problem PDA View Full Version : PowerDVD SPDIF Problem Russtavo22nd February 2008, 11:37I hope someone can save my sanity

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I have Vista Ultimate x64, X-Fi Platinum Fatality Champion Series. My suspicion is a compatibility issue between PowerDVD and my X-Fi Sound Blaster drivers, but who knows? Cyberlink Powerdvd No Sound Done! Powerdvd 15 No Sound Password Soundcards, Speakers HiFI & File formats A cracking SoundBlaster ?

No PowerDVD SR Number (when click on "CyberLink in left top - SR NUMBER IS NOT THE CD-KEY!!) DVD111208-03 PowerDVD TR Number (if shown) TR111209-010 Operating System (including x86 or x64 This answered my question Reply Solution Chosen by boelle boelle Newbie Private Message Joined: Mar 02, 2012 19:42 Messages: 16 Offline Mar 03, 2012 04:52 Yes.. Instead, the signal is decoded by Media Center, which results in degraded sound quality. Please list down the exact settings in your PowerDVD 11 in the audio tab [maybe add a snapshot] 3. Cyberlink Power Dvd Audio Problems

kryptonite04-09-2009, 12:53 PMRe: Power DVD and Xfi Extreme Music SPDIF Problem? It's not connected to any optical or coaxial, just analogue on all channels So, I think when I set it to s/pdif, it's using it as passthrough? nvidiot04-19-2009, 01:45 AMThe software X-Fi DD/DTS decoder only works on 32 bit XP and Vista. I have used the SPDIF Out in both PowerDVD versions via Home Theater Sound System and I don't have a single problem. ?

I could switch off SPDIF passthrough and use the sound card's decoder instead, but that's not an option for me since it would create more problems with regular MP3 playback via Powerdvd 16 No Sound Here's my system spec: PC: Dell Vostro 200 Slim OS: Vista Ultimate 32-bit SP1 Graphics: ASUS Radeon HD 3450 (Catalyst 8.2) Audio: Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio (latest drivers) Display: Sony Set Default Playback device to SPDIF Out in Microsoft Sound control panel. 3.


I have been emailing with Cyberlink support for almost a month now but unfortunately, we're still in the "standardised response phase" where they tell me to make sure my computer is ROBSCIX View Public Profile Find all posts by ROBSCIX Hdmi (#12) Tacoboy Master Guru Videocard: AMD 7800 Processor: Amd 6350 6-core Mainboard: MSI 970 Gaming Memory: 8GB DDR3 There is no spdif option in that list for me for some reason on either of my machines. Powerdvd No Audio Blu Ray Why is this an invalid assignment left hand side?

I have my new HTPC connected to my amp with Coax S/PDIF. Set To Built-In Decoder in Creatve Audio Control Panel. 4. If I set the audio to Speakers (2 or 5.) then I hear sound via the analog PC speakers and could (in theory) encode the audio with DDL. PSU: Sigma 01-09-2013, 20:49 | posts: 16,228 | Location: Guru3D Audio Lab No, it doesn't work like that.

Set Default Playback device to SPDIF Out in Microsoft Sound control panel. 3. signal from a DVD not Power DVD, so i select SPDIF in Power DVD and my XFI decoder is activated! This should allow you to use the Driver Decoder in Windows Vista. but running 4 minijack connections to my speakers would be the last option...

RagDoll_Effect View Public Profile Find all posts by RagDoll_Effect (#11) ROBSCIX Ancient Guru Videocard: 22" LCD on GTX260 C216 Processor: Intel I7 860 Mainboard: MSI P55 GD80 Memory: Is there anything else I could try?