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A decoding splitting tool which offers many ways of decoding multichannel WAV and DTS/DTSWAV files
Author/Publisher: N/A
Language: English
Ease of use: Not Rated
Latest Version: 0.30 (details)
OS Support: Windows 98 Windows Me Windows 2000 Windows XP Win32 Command Line
License: Open Source
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Download: Tranzcode_v0.30_guiv1.4.rar   Tranzcode_v0.30_guiv1.4.rar

Description:Download Tranzcode + the TranzGUI + cc3260.dll - package originally from Needfulthings
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From the Official Site:
A Windows Console (command line) utility used to transcode multichannel wav files into mono wavs by outputting the number of wavs depending on the number of channels read from the wav header. It will also decode/transcode .dts files (48kHz) and DTSWav (44.1kHz) directly into mono wavs depending on the number of channels detected (AMODE). DTS decoding is based libdts, source code written by Gildas Bazin with help from Sam Hocevar, also based on a52dec code with original credits going to Aaron Holtzman and Michel Lespinasse. Modifications were made to output mono wavs directly, including LFE output. Currently it does not support AC-3 (.ac3), but plans are in the works.

A GUI written by Kurtnoise13 is also available.


Supported File Formats:

Input Files: DTS, WAV
Output Files: WAV

OS Compatibility:

Windows 98/Windows Me/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Win32 Command Line

Revision History:

Version 0.30
  • Release Date: May 6, 2005
  • Allow path name to be included as source file (note paste/use double quotes around path including filename). [Now it's possible to transcode from CDR or DVDR media, not sure about Network drives (not tested)].
  • Changed how options are entered, to se[arete options which much begin with '/' character. This allows for easy implementation of future options. i.e. transzcode test.dts /n /+FL,FR (which allows the /n (no progress) and also the specified channels to be written)
  • Increased initial sync search from 10Kb to 100kb, till it gives up on dts (wav) decoding and determines the wav file to be a stereo wav for transcoding into 2 mono wavs.
  • Fixed sync word search so it checks for at least for 1 frame instead of just an initial sync word match
  • Added detection notice, when searching for dts sync word for dts transcoding, also handles properly when not found.
  • Changed dts attributes: show as 5.1 or 5.0 etc for number of channels, also fixed dts bit width of source file
  • Changed mono file tagging (i.e. channel identifying), for DTS which is not the same as multichannel for the same number of channels. DTS is based on the AMODE value detected in the stream (see: "DTS Transcoding" below).
  • Display shows only selected output filenames for output , not "User Cancelled" anymore (default is all channels).

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