- Jul 2, 2003
- in your face
Thanks. My problem is that I don't know what bit depth it is originally. When I try to rip in DVD Audio Extractor there is an option for the sampling frequency to be kept as per the original, but there is not that option for DD. Unless I'm misunderstanding something. So I have to choose the bit depth with no clue as to what it 'should' be.
Sample rate and bit depth are two different and independent parameters. One will not tell you the other. But typical DTS ('core') and Dolby Digital are 48 kHz sample rate , 24 bits bit depth. DTS 96/24 is 96kHz, 24 bit.