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Watching Movies With Dolby

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Occassionaly, I manage to get hold of a disc image of a movie (you can probably figure out how I got it) but I struggle to figure out how to watch this movie with the Dolby sound without first burning it to a DVD. I never watch .avi or similar, only DVD rips.

Someone out there who can advice what hardware/software I need to buy, and where in BKK I can buy it to make this work?

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Google Iso mounting software.

There are numerous programmes that will allow you to play the disk with its full sound track.

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Google Iso mounting software.

There are numerous programmes that will allow you to play the disk with its full sound track.

Mounting the .iso and/or playing it is no problem, the problem is I dont get the full Dolby audio.

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Does your player sw and/or your sound card support decoding Dolby?

Perhaps you need to feed the output to an external decoder?

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do you have digital outputs? HDMI?

if yes you will need a codec like ffdshow to pass through the digital signal.

if no, you will never get surround

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Digital output, optical or coax, to a suitable decoder should give

Dobly, if the audio stream contains the info.

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Another thought is a media player...like a Western Digital. They are pretty cool and only about 4k Baht here. Great options for audio, video, subtitles, etc....I haven't burned a DVD in over a year.

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