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Note that in Figure 6-85, the encoder has been set to encode the compact (cpt) bitstream format (the Output Type: setting) this is essential in order to use these streams in DVD Studio Pro 3 and 4
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For more information, visit the DTS website (wwwdtsonlinecom) You may also review the DTS information we have provided on the DVD Many thanks to my friend Scott Esterson of DTS ( the biggest man in showbiz ) who was kind enough to provide a copy of the DTS OS X Software encoder for our review
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When the encoding process is finished (see Fig 6-86), the files are ready to be used in your DVD Studio Pro project Have fun!
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DVD Video discs may contain up to eight audio programs in each of the Track presentations created Each of these audio programs may include anywhere from Mono to full 51 Surround Sound channels, depending on the method of creation of the audio program The audio source for these programs can be PCM files created on either Macintosh (AIFF files) or on a PC (WAV files), but may also be of other permissible formats, as dictated by the DVD Video Spec While DVDs can use these PCM audio files directly after being exported from NLEs (nonlinear video edit systems) or captured and edited in DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations), a better utilization of the DVD s audio bandwidth can be accomplished by using the Dolby Digital Audio encoding format Often improperly called AC3, Dolby Digital encoding provides a lossy encoding format that should create a fairly accurate version of the original audio program while using a far lower data rate The recov-
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ered data rate may be channeled into the MPEG video encode to make better looking video for the DVD To facilitate creating Stereo and Multichannel Dolby Digital bitstreams, the DVD Studio Pro 2 application suite comes with its own Dolby Digital (AC3) encoding software: APack APack is a very powerful Dolby Digital-compliant encoder for preparing AC-3 bitstreams from AIFF or WAV source files To create Stereo, you can use a single AIFF file, but to create full 51 Surround, you will need six discreet Mono sound files, one for each channel The Dolby Digital (AC3) bitstreams provide DVDcompliant sources of Audio Tracks at a fraction of their PCM bandwidth requirements In addition, Dolby Digital (AC3) has become a worldwide DVD standard for audio in the years since the format was first approved for DVD Region 1 Today, DVDs from every region can play back Dolby Digital (AC3) soundtracks
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Authoring Tracks
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DVD Studio Pro 4
Figure 7-1 The Track Editor
Goals
By the end of this chapter, you should: Understand what Track Elements are, and how to create them Understand what a Clip is Understand what a Bitstream is Be able to Author Video Streams into a Track Element Be able to Author Audio Streams into a Track Element Be able to Author Subtitle Streams into a Track Element Be able to Author Video Angles into a Track Element Be able to use the Track Editor Be able to use the Track Inspector
Authoring Tracks
This chapter covers how to create Tracks, and how to enhance them with additional Audio programs and even Subtitles (See Fig, 7-1) You will also find information on using Multiple Angles and Mixed Angles in this chapter We ll briefly mention Markers and Stories in this chapter as well, but 8 is entirely devoted to those two elements
What Is a Track
Tracks are, without doubt, probably the most basic element used in DVD in fact, a proper DVD really cannot be created without at least one Track (or Slideshow) Tracks are the containers used for assembling a DVD presentation that uses video files, audio files, and perhaps even subtitles that may appear with that video content A Track is used to organize video and audio bitstreams and, in many cases, it is also used to display subtitles, watermarks, or buttons on video as well
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