This digital method of encoding multi-channel sound is used in motion
picture theaters and can also be used on CD-DAs and DVD-Video discs.
For DVD, there are at least two formats commonly in use:
- DTS 5.1 (6 channels: front left/center/right, surround
left/right and one LFE channel) and
- DTS-ES (see there).
Both formats contain sound in 20 bit resolution per channel.