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Minnetonka Surcode Dolby Digital Encoder

Minnetonka Surcode Dolby Digital Encoder

If you are looking for a way to encode your surround sound mixes into a format that can be played on DVD players, home theater systems, or streaming platforms, you might want to check out the Minnetonka Surcode Dolby Digital Encoder. This software is a certified Dolby Digital encoder that can create fully compliant AC-3 files from multichannel WAV or AIFF sources. It also supports Dolby Digital Plus, which is an enhanced version of Dolby Digital that offers higher bit rates, more channels, and better sound quality.

Features and Benefits

The Minnetonka Surcode Dolby Digital Encoder has a number of features and benefits that make it a powerful and versatile tool for surround sound encoding. Here are some of them:

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  • It can encode up to 5.1 channels of surround sound, as well as stereo and mono formats.

  • It can encode at various bit rates, from 56 kbps to 640 kbps, depending on the desired quality and file size.

  • It can encode at various sample rates, from 32 kHz to 48 kHz, depending on the source material and the target platform.

  • It can encode with various metadata options, such as dialogue normalization, dynamic range compression, downmixing preferences, and channel mapping.

  • It can encode with various error protection options, such as CRC checksums and bitstream verification.

  • It can encode with various output options, such as WAV or AIFF wrappers, raw AC-3 files, or DVD-Audio compatible files.

  • It can encode with Dolby Digital Plus, which offers more features and flexibility than Dolby Digital, such as higher bit rates (up to 6 Mbps), more channels (up to 7.1), higher sample rates (up to 96 kHz), and backward compatibility with Dolby Digital decoders.

How to Use It

The Minnetonka Surcode Dolby Digital Encoder is easy to use and has a user-friendly interface. Here are the basic steps to use it:

  • Launch the encoder and select the input file. You can choose a multichannel WAV or AIFF file that contains your surround sound mix.

  • Select the output format. You can choose between Dolby Digital or Dolby Digital Plus, and specify the bit rate, sample rate, channel configuration, and file type.

  • Select the metadata options. You can adjust the dialogue normalization level, the dynamic range compression mode, the downmixing mode, and the channel mapping.

  • Select the error protection options. You can enable or disable the CRC checksums and the bitstream verification.

  • Click on the Encode button. The encoder will process your input file and generate an output file in the specified format.

  • Save the output file. You can save the output file in a location of your choice, or burn it to a disc using a disc-authoring software.

Where to Get It

The Minnetonka Surcode Dolby Digital Encoder is available for purchase from the official website of Minnetonka Audio. You can also download a free trial version that allows you to encode up to two minutes of audio per session. The encoder is compatible with Windows and Mac operating systems, and requires an iLok dongle for authorization.

If you want to learn more about the Minnetonka Surcode Dolby Digital Encoder, you can read some reviews from Sound On Sound and AudioXpress, or watch some video tutorials on YouTube. You can also contact Minnetonka Audio for technical support or customer service.


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