Author Topic: "Audio channel not supported 1/1" 5.1 AC3...what?!  (Read 2451 times)

November 21, 2009, 09:43:44 PM
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pirateincognito

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Hello. I bought the WDTV Live because it supported Dolby Digital (AC3). When I rip my DVDs I use a program called 'Handbrake'. For audio I select AC3 Passthru. This copies the 5.1 ac3 audio track from the DVD to the m4v fille.

Today I tried to play a movie. The video plays fine but I get "audio not supprted 1/1"

Do I have to do something to enable audio....or did I just buy a box that can't play my movies?  :blink:

Here is the gspot read out from a DVD I ripped.


November 22, 2009, 10:39:20 AM
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rtga

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you used an mpeg 4 video container.  The MPEG-4 standard only recently added "legal" support for AC3 and I suspect that the WDTV Live doesn't support it (very few devices do yet).

You can use .mkv as a container.  It will properly pass through the AC3 track. 

November 22, 2009, 04:43:40 PM
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wiiBox

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Gspot??  That program is so old and saaaaaad!   :D

Check this one out!

:P