Okay so, I have a bit of an interesting proposal. I'm a major Star Wars nerd and I own both trilogies on DVD. I kind of want to get them on Blu-Ray, but some of the changes are utterly unbearable to consider. Specifically, when Vader yells "No. Noooooooo!" right as he saves Luke from the Emperor, instead of his normal, silent conflict. I feel it has more power this way. So here comes my proposal:
I plan to use MakeMKV to rip my Blu-Rays and Handbrake to encode them as I usually do with my DVD's and Blu-Rays. From what I've heard, the Star Wars trilogies have DTS-HD 6.1 audio. I'm wondering, is it possible for me to extract the DTS-HD audio losslessly, use some program to splice out the one single scene where the Emperor is torturing Luke, right as vader saves him, that ONE scene only, and add in the exact same scene audio from the DVD's AC3 audio? Then save it as DTS-HD audio and mux it back together with the video so I have Star Wars HD with DTS-HD audio without that stupid alteration? I realize that one scene will have AC3 quality audio even if the entire track is DTS-HD, but I'm sure I will either not notice it, or it will be worth it anyway.
Any ideas what kind of programs will allow me to edit DTS-HD and AC3 surround sound audio like that? Thoughts and opinions would be greatly appreciated!