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Figure 6-53b Changing the Destination from the pop-up
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In the Audio Tab, check these Settings at least once: Verify Target System at DVD-Video
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To modify the Output Filename, doubleclick the name, and modify the name field as you wish
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Verify Audio Coding Mode to 2/0 (L/R) Verify sample Rate is 48 kHz Verify Data Rate is 192 Kbps
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Once the file settings have been adjusted, you may want to verify the Dolby Digital 20 encode settings to do so, click on the Dolby Digital setting (as
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Verify Bitstream Mode is Complete Main Verify Dialog Normalization is 27; some people prefer the -31 setting for a louder file (read the Dolby Metadata Guide in
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the Dolby folder of the accompanying DVD) In the Bitstream Tab, leave the settings unchanged In the Preprocessing tab, turn Compression Off In the same tab, verify RF Overmodulation Protection is Off If you have changed anything, click Save As to save the settings in a new Preset Enter the new Preset name in the dialog box that appears
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the Batch Monitor for processing, where you can follow its progress
NOTE! Be sure you have set the Destination and Output Filename!
As simple as that seems, that s all there is to creating a Dolby Digital Stereo encode in Compressor 2 Read the Batch Monitor Help file for information about how to use it
Submitting the Job for Encoding
When you have finished verifying your settings, Click back on the Batch Window, and click the Submit Button The encode job will be submitted to
Using Compressor 2 for Surround Sound Encoding
To create a Dolby Digital Surround encode, you first load the files that make up a Surround Sound Group, then make settings choices in the Encoder Pane s three parameter tabs, and finally submit the job Note
Figure 6-55 Checking the Dolby 20 format in the Inspector
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Figure 6-56a Importing a Surround Sound Group into Compressor 2
that the manner of changing settings is common to both Surround Sound Groups and Stereo files the settings are different for each Making Surround Sound encodes using Compressor requires knowledge of a few more settings, so pay close attention to the Encode Pane screen shots they appear similar, but are different
Once the correct channels have been populated, click on OK to close the file grid An entry for the Surround Sound Group will now have been made in the Batch List Note
Loading a Surround Sound Group
To load the files that are to be encoded as a surround Sound Group, click the Import Surround Sound Group button (see Fig 6-56a) to open a file input grid (see Fig 6-56b) In the File Input Grid, drag the individual files required into their proper channel boxes, or click on a channel box to open a dialog box, then select the proper file It isn t clear from the documentation if Stereo AIFF files containing L and R, or Ls and Rs will be properly placed if dragged into mono channel boxes
Figure 6-56b The Surround Sound Group file input grid
Preparing Audio Assets
Figure 6-57a Selecting the Dolby 51 format from the Setting pop-up
that you may not need to fill all of the channels if you aren t making a 61 stream Click on Setting; from the pop-up, select the desired Encoding Format in this case, Dolby 51 for Surround (see Fig 6-57a) Set the encode s Destination Location and Output Filename; you may leave the default settings, if they re OK for you To modify the Destination, click the popup and select the location where you want the encoded file saved (see Fig 6-57b) To modify the Output Filename, click the name, and modify it as you wish Once the file settings have been adjusted, you may want to verify the Dolby Digital 51 encode settings to do so, click on the Dolby 51 setting (Fig 6-58, #1), then click the Inspector button (Fig 6-58, #2) If you use a preset with known values, you won t need to perform this step every time Once the Inspector is visible, select the Encoder Pane if it isn t already selected, using the second icon
Figure 6-57b Changing the Destination from the pop-up
from left at the top (see Fig 6-59) Check the Encoder Pane settings in the following tabs, as listed:
In the Audio Tab:
Set the Target System (always DVD Video) Set the Audio Coding Mode (channel configuration)
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