Fanart and audio dts files
#1
Hello,

As .dts files don't accept tags, what is the solution in kodi to display good fanart ?
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#2
You may find some workarounds in THIS thread.
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#3
Thanks but I have no problem with dts audio in .wav files because it is possible to tag them (with mp3 tag for example).

The problem is with .dts files because it is not possible to tag them with mp3tag which doesn't know this format.
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#4
Why can't you wrap the .dts files into wavs and then run them through flac?  That way you'll get the benefit of proper tags (rather than the limited set that Kodi supports for .wav) and your files will still be dts internally and recognized as such by your receiver.
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(2020-07-07, 23:15)black_eagle Wrote: Why can't you wrap the .dts files into wavs and then run them through flac?  That way you'll get the benefit of proper tags (rather than the limited set that Kodi supports for .wav) and your files will still be dts internally and recognized as such by your receiver.
Good idea, do you know softwares to do that ?
Converting .dts to .Wav is enough because wav is a container not flac and wav can be tagged.

And flac seems to lose dts abilities. We only get a 6 channels file.
It is the information that mediainfo gives.
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