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Sep 25

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DTS showcased its latest high-definition surround sound solutions that support MPEG-DASH (Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP) at IBC2012.

DTS-HD is a fully MPEG-DASH compatible surround sound codec and includes the DTS Express profile, which can deliver HD-quality stereo or surround sound in a single 192kb/s bitstream, enabling content providers to pair the highest-quality audio possible with their content across a virtually limitless range of playback devices.

Recently authorized as an ISO standard, MPEG-DASH was initially designed to serve as a universal standard for adaptive-bit-rate (ABR) delivery that integrates the best elements of existing proprietary ABR technologies. 

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