more and more television programs are broadcast with Dolby Digital. I would like to add that with the Dolby Digital information (on a VCR with hard drive or DVD-RW), so I skip the commercials while playing can. A salesman told me that there is no device that can record digital audio. Reason should be that it is not allowed according to copyright law. Is that true? Do you know any device that can do this?
Antwort von Markus:
whether a TV show is broadcast in Dolby Digital or not, playing for the recording does not really matter. Virtually every DVD and hard drive recorder will record in Dolby Digital. The fact saves space compared to uncompressed sound.
I myself have a DVD recorder to watch TV and appreciate the opportunity (sometimes intentionally) and deferred this elegantly skip the commercials to. My Panasonic has to a "Manual Skip" - button on the remote control. By pressing a button, the playback will jump to 0.5 minutes. I often pressures (in quick succession) on the button, is a commercial break fast (totally unseen) past. ;-)
Antwort von Peter S.:
In principle, yes. Currently I am only a recorder of Phillips aware of the multi-channel sound to record the digital jack. Most DVD and hard drive recorder while taking on the sound in AC3, but only the usual 2 stereo tracks. A digital TV card anyway records the digital audio -. and video stream on, as he is sent. MFG Peter