Quote: Originally Posted by Wishmaster
In MeGUI you can add the DTS stream in the audio section and encode it as a AC3 file at 448 or 640 bitrate 5.1 as a RAW format.
OK I'll try that.
@Danny - the OP after all!
I just like fiddling with this stuff and do not claim expert status.
Re: Mediainfo the H.264 codec appears as AVC (Advanced video codec). It gives you higher quality at a lower bit rate than earlier MPEG4 codecs. This is a more informative explanation. H.264/MPEG-4 AVC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I think the conclusion is that the mp4 container may be more restrictive on the audio codec????
In any event I think when a device says it supports say MKV you need to dig deeper and find what codecs within this container it supports. I use a WDTV media player which supports MKV and virtually every codec under the sun.