Does this that in the SDRUno Program, I can choose My Speakers for the Output device rather than Virtual Audio Cable and in DSD choose the Passive Digital Monitoring option and DSD and it will still decode when it lands on a digital signal like DMR
A number of those are likely help files you generated yourself.
When there is a new DSDPlus.exe or FMPx.exe file, I run one of the following from a batch file to create a help file I can print. When I save it, I change the name to the version number.
DSDPlus -h >DSDPlus_Help.txt
FMPA -h >FMPA_Help.txt
FMP24 -h >FMP24_Help.txt
I just want to add a little more to this reply. It's a good answer but I wanted to add this: Passive Monitor is the main mode you would use when monitoring non-trunked channels, TCP linked or otherwise. All other modes are for following trunked systems. But this one is your "conventional" monitoring mode.
Hope this helps and I hope it doesn't come across as saying Whiskey's answer isn't correct.