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Export using the Dolby Digital Professional preset, then continue with step 5. 1. Choose right click "Interpred footage" if I remember right... --> ! try using prorools preference helper and toss all prorools / midi and core audio prs and reboot..then see if the settings stick. Adobe CS6 is a very powerful toolset and a lot of people do amazing things with it. have a peek at these guys

Pirate 5.1 using DivX and XviD The remaining complaints about Apple TV and 5.1 audio comes from users with content ripped from DVDs. Sources of 5.1 Audio The DVD specification requires that all players support both AC3 and DTS, and that movies provide minimally an AC3 soundtrack, with DTS sound as an option. The iPhone isn’t out for another three months but the Apple TV is here now; as a follow up to Inside Apple TV, here’s Ten Myths of the Apple TV, relating Sweet subwoofer sweep. 03/15/09 @ 03:56 Comment from: RaWHiDe [Visitor]Hi Francois… Thank you for a great tip!

Download a DTS sample file in WAV format, drop it into iTunes, and Apple TV will happily sync it and play it. had alot of problems with this ! Unfortunately, a poor choice of codecs was made.

Thanks a lot!10/22/09 @ 08:10 Comment from: Marcus [Visitor]Ahh awesome! Register Help Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders Forum The DSMC System RED Workflow Adobe Workflow If this is your first What a waste! Under the Audio Devices tab select Properties For: Built-in Output.

If you aren't working in FCP X, use Compressor and click the Add Surround Sound button to assign channels. Avid Pro Audio Community > Pro Tools Hardware > Pro Tools HDX & HD Native Systems (Mac) > 5.1 Surround playback using Quicktime and 96I/O PDA View Full Version : 5.1 It's amazing how such a plug and play OS and "multimedia" targeted platform Macintosh is….I can't play 5.1 easily. I tried the settings described above and I only get some stereo sound (PCM on my receiver).

Neither seem to be working. Comments Ihave a 17in MacBook Pro (2009 vintage), with a digital optical output. Apple isn’t streaming DVDs over the Internet, it’s engineering a new system optimized for downloads. Reply FloFebruary 18, 2008 at 10:18 amPermalink Thanks for the info!

Open your exported Dolby Digital AC3 file. Do you have some idea? the surround mixing features of Premiere CS6 are much more improved then the ones in CS5.5... --> In the footage bin you can also directly assign a mono track as a The tip with going into DVD player really did the thing.

As of Mac OS 10.9, it still works, but in the future you may need to buy and use Digital Rebellion's Pro Media Tools. The newer AAC--developed by Dolby to succeed AC3--also supports 5.1 (or more) channels of audio, and delivers better quality at the same bitrate. The receiver then decodes the 5.1 audio into six channels and distributes it to six speakers. If you don't know exactly what you're doing, there's a much greater risk that a train wreck will follow. (And more time and money lost in fixing the problems.) The big

Even if the mov is encoded with 5.1 etc etc.I've tried adjusting the 'Audio Midi Setup', trying to adjust to 'Multichannel' but only Stereo is available. Nor would I want the DP to build the sets, or the grips to prepare the set meals.) Addendum: there are a handful of picture and sound editors who switch back Locate the movie you want to watch, and play it with iTunes’ volume slider set to its highest level. check my blog Last note addition, when I startup on another drive installed in the same computer, but with an older operating system (10.6).

I'm going audio HDMI out over a displayport to my amp. If iTunes is running, quit and relaunch it. could be due to the fact i dont know how to imput data in termanal lol.02/07/10 @ 06:36 Comment from: kevin [Visitor] I have the optical hooked up and my receiver

This can be a cinema audio decoder or an AV receiver.

Don't try to export Quicktime PCM only because the file will possibly corrupted by random audio peaks. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens RED Workflow REDCINE-X Red Rocket Apple Workflow DaVinci Avid Workflow Adobe Workflow Other Workflows Tools Assimilate SCRATCH VEGAS workflow Accessories for DSMC RED RAY Post-Production HARDWARE Bugs / Problems / Help! Thanks ! 08/31/10 @ 21:44 Comment from: David [Visitor]I use to have the chattering/static noise whenever playing AC-3 and surround sound encoded files in Quicktime on my laptop.

I ended up mistakenly adding the "attemptPassthrough" key to *Perian's* plist instead of a52codec, which took some searching to figure out. Hackers cracked Microsoft’s Windows Media V3 format, which was an “embraced and extended” variant of MPEG-4 that--unsurprisingly--wasn’t compatible or compliant with anyone else’s MPEG-4. If it’s receiving PCM, something went wrong and you’ll only hear stereo. http://songstersoftware.com/trying-to/trying-to-play-a-avi-file-but-says-error-downloading-codec.html Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email.