I'm just a poor boy, nobody loves me...
Sorry if this is not asked in the correct place. I'm usually self-sufficient on these matters...
Recently due to the nostalgia of the PCLinuxOS ISOs that have come and gone, I found myself cranking up an old edition that played very nice with very expensive multi-track PCI soundboards I own. And on a computer with PCI slots!
Long story short, I can again playback a 6 or 8 channel .wav file to a surround-sound speaker configuration, something that Pulse eludes me from doing with any hardware I seem to have, new or old. Doesn't bother me tho.
Many years ago, I was given a music video DVD of a popular 70's rock band and the audio available on the disk is either Dolby stereo or DTS 5.1 remixed. At the time the only way to enjoy the remixed surround sound option was to play the disk on a stand-alone DVD player with DTS and 6 channel outs. I'd like to extract the DTS surround and dump it to a 6-track wave file.
Any suggestions how to accomplish this with tools available in the current repos?
edit: command line tools preferred.