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Cota
10-30-04, 01:40 PM
Even tough nvidia has dropped soundstorm support from the nforce 3/4 there is hope for users wanting real time dolby digital encoding.

Dolby laboratories has developed Dolby Digital Live which for all means and purposes is soundtorm for every platform.

"Dolby Technologies in Your PC
Dolby® audio technologies can deliver home theater-quality audio experiences on your PC. We bring DVDs, music, and games to life on your PC, whether you're at home, at work or on the go. We also make it easy to create your own high-quality DVDs with Dolby Digital audio.

You'll find our technologies in both hardware and software solutions from leading companies, including Ahead Software, Apple, Creative Labs, CyberLink, Dell, Fujitsu, Fujitsu-Siemens, HP, InterVideo, Logitech, Microsoft, Nvidia, NEC, Roxio, Sonic Solutions, Sony, and Toshiba. "

Aparently Intel will be the first to offer motherboards with dolby digital live.

CaptNKILL
10-30-04, 01:52 PM
Even tough nvidia has dropped soundstorm support from the nforce 3/4 there is hope for users wanting real time dolby digital encoding.

Dolby laboratories has developed Dolby Digital Live which for all means and purposes is soundtorm for every platform.

"Dolby Technologies in Your PC
Dolby® audio technologies can deliver home theater-quality audio experiences on your PC. We bring DVDs, music, and games to life on your PC, whether you're at home, at work or on the go. We also make it easy to create your own high-quality DVDs with Dolby Digital audio.

You'll find our technologies in both hardware and software solutions from leading companies, including Ahead Software, Apple, Creative Labs, CyberLink, Dell, Fujitsu, Fujitsu-Siemens, HP, InterVideo, Logitech, Microsoft, Nvidia, NEC, Roxio, Sonic Solutions, Sony, and Toshiba. "

Aparently Intel will be the first to offer motherboards with dolby digital live.

I have this option in my soundstorm nvmixer. Its already available.

The option is called "5.1 Speakers (Dolby Digital Live)". Im using the newest beta sound drivers, so maybe they just recently changed the name of this option to this. Anyway, this is probably why Nvidia is listed. Sure would be cool if more companies started using it though.

Cota
10-30-04, 02:42 PM
the nforce1/2 always had dolby digital encoding support, it seems its just renamed to dolby digital live.

I've heard that as of now only CMI has a compatible chipset.