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you can see that more than one AIFF file can burn up your precious DVD bandwidth all too quickly In DVD Studio Pro, using more than two AIFF files will likely choke the Preview mechanism, making it difficult to test your DVD
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REMEMBER! AIFF files are best used for DVD programs less than 60 minutes in length We DO NOT recommend using AIFF when your DVD exceeds 60 minutes in length, or requires more than one audio program
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IMPORTANT! AIFF files for DVD use must be at the 48 KHz sample rate or above Timing and sync problems will be created if the original audio is at 441KHz prior to import, or before it is encoded into Dolby Digital form
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One very easy way to create an AIFF audio file for DVD is by exporting a 48K audio soundtrack from Final Cut Pro, using File > Export > Audio to AIFF(s) (see Fig 6-12) or by exporting your video content into a QuickTime movie In either case, the channels of audio mixed in the Final Cut Pro timeline will become a simple stereo soundtrack, if the settings are correct (see Fig 6-13)
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Figure 6-11 AIFF File Icon
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AIFF audio files are a standard byproduct of video editing, and are easily created by a wide variety of tools (see Fig 6-11) AIFF audio tracks are integral to Final Cut Pro, Premiere, After Effects, and iMovie, and are a very standard format used by QuickTime AIFF is an uncompressed format, where the sound data have been digitized, but have not been compressed to reduce its size AIFF audio files can also be created as part of an MPEG-2 Export from Final Cut Pro or an MPEG-2 encode in Compressor The QuickTime Pro Player will also create an uncompressed AIFF sound file when a QuickTime movie is exported to MPEG-2 (QuickTime 6)
Figure 6-12 Final Cut Pro Export Audio to AIFF command
Figure 6-13 Verifying Final Cut Pro has Stereo Mix selection
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If you export only the audio to AIFF using the command File > Export > Using QuickTime Conversion > Format: AIFF, be sure to leave Rate set to 48KHz, and Sample Size set to at least 16 bits in the settings dialog (see Fig 6-14) If you export to MPEG-2 directly through Compressor 2, an AIFF file and/or AC3 stream can be created automatically as part of the MPEG encode process (We covered this fairly well back in 5)
How to Create an AIFF File Using iMovie
iMovie HD s new File > Share command provides for an audio-only export, but you might not think so at first glance You first share the iMovie using the QuickTime > Expert Settings mode, and then configure the QuickTime export as 48 kHz, Stereo (L/R), 16-bit, just as in exporting from Final Cut Pro (See Fig 6-15)
Figure 6-14 FCP Audio Settings for DVD
Figure 6-15 The iMovie share command and dialog
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Figure 6-16 The iMovie HD file export dialog
Once you have initiated the Share (actually an Export), be sure to select the Sound to AIFF setting in the Export: pop-up, and don t forget to click the Options button to open the Sound Settings dialog, and confirm the same 16-bit 48 KHz settings as in Figure 6-14 When the AIFF audio file has been exported, it s saved as a QuickTime AIFF file It can be used for Authoring in the DVD Studio Pro project by simply dragging and dropping into a project Element You can also Import the file into the Asset Tab, if you prefer to be formal You may also further process that file by encoding into Dolby Digital AC3, as this chapter outlines Exporting from iMovie does not give you the option to encode directly into AC3 (See Fig 6-16)
TIP! If you are importing sound from a CD library for use in a DVD, be sure to Sample Rate Convert the 441 KHz file to 48 KHz by Exporting it using the QuickTime Pro player
If you are looking for instructions on how to use Compressor 2 to create Dolby Digital streams, skip ahead to the section entitled Encoding AC-3 Audio Streams Using Compressor 2, starting on page 163 The following section is for those users who may still be using DVD Studio Pro 2 or 3, and would like to learn how use APack
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