Thread: 5.1 Audio In Premiere Help Results 1 to 9 of 9 Thread Tools Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Display Linear Mode Switch That's not Apple TV's fault. To remove the static noise for surround sound audio and video I used both: defaults write com.cod3r.a52codec attemptPassthrough 0 and sudo defaults write com.cod3r.a52codec attemptPassthrough 0 The reason I failed in The video signal is getting double gamma-ed by the Mac's built in color management. navigate here
Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I wonder if a trip to the Apple store will actually be any help, something tells me this is going to go unresolved. Maybe this is new in Snow Leopard? Hide Question All replies Helpful answers by JulieJulieJulie, JulieJulieJulie Mar 25, 2006 11:35 AM in response to Tony King Level 4 (1,030 points) Mar 25, 2006 11:35 AM in response to
From there it should just work :) If not, are you sure your AVI was encoded in 5.1? (hit command-I in QuickTime and check the audio encoding :p) This entry was iMac G5 1.8, 17", 1GB (rev.a), Mac OS X (10.4.5), Logitech Z-5500, iSight Posted on Mar 25, 2006 10:31 AM Reply I have this question too Q: Quicktime wont play 5.1 So let me see if I have this straight: After I install Perian, does DISabling passthru mean that my laptop will now decode the AC3 signal and then send it straight Thank you03/14/09 @ 06:09 Comment from: admin [Member]Laurie I know the chattering noise (it's generally very high pitched an loud too, isn't it?) The only checkpoint you did not mention is:
I would no more try to do a mix in Premiere than I would in Final Cut Pro or Avid, so the same limitations are there. Go to File > Share > Add Destination. Play. In the project properties settings for your timeline in FCP X, select Audio Channels: Surround.
It's also notable that they can't all send AC3 at the same time. Where to begin? With your project/timeline selected, go to File > Share > Dolby Digital Professional and pick where to export the file. 4. Save. 7.
Reply jjMarch 10, 2008 at 9:17 pmPermalink thank you very much i needed this so much. I would be appreciated. Not suitable for a big project, however. Only way I've been able to get true surround sound out of MKV files on the Macbook Pro.
Reply MikeFebruary 19, 2008 at 6:06 pmPermalink Great tutorial! Please type your message and try again. Hope that made sense, and thanks again! The second time worked though and I haven't had any trouble with it since then.
So currently the only way to export other then embedded with video ist to export as AVI audio only - import that into Adobe Audition and than split to mono channels Finally, check out http://www.lynnemusic.com for some good 5.1 ac3-encoded tracks in raw ac3, wav, and wmv format. If you dragg the puck into one of these snapping positions you "lock" the mixer to 100% channel assignment. Reply TTJanuary 15, 2008 at 10:50 pmPermalink Not sure what happened.
You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Since we can send raw digital audio data over the Apple TV's optical output, can't we send DTS digitally encoded 5.1 as well? I have my mac mini connected to a projector and experience the dark image issue. http://premiumtechblog.com/trying-to/trying-to-play-movies-in-safe-mode.html The dolby digital works fine when I unckecked the dolby compression option. 3- I played my .mov video with Quicktime 10.1.
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. Its universal performance also refers to all media formats of movie, video, audio, music, and picture, including DVD, VideoCD, MOV, MKV, AVI, FLV, WMV, MP4, MPEG, RMVB, MP3, WMA, AAC, etc. Both AC3 and DTS audio are synthetically created and enhanced for movies by sound editors; movies are not filmed with six mics recording directly onto film, so there is nothing “real”
Pirates are now annoyed that Apple doesn’t work to reverse engineer this mess for optimum playback. Choose right click "Interpred footage" if I remember right... --> ! Some say you also want to set it to 2ch-16bit but I haven't found this to be necessary so I leave it at 2ch-24bit. Great!
Only stereo. 4- Tried with VLC and NicePlayer and unchecked tracks 6-7. won't play anymore, because they only work under 44100.0 Hz. Most of the world’s pirate movies are in a DivX-related format, using the cloned version of Microsoft’s tainted MPEG-4. weblink DVD is set to Digital Output and works just fine with two different Dolby Digital 5.1 test DVDs: 5 separate speaker channels, 1 subwoofer - great DVD surround sound.
But when I move the puck into the center channel the audio comes of my left rear speaker! Cheers, Cameron Reply ShaneNovember 15, 2007 at 3:33 pmPermalink Thanks for the great details! Once you make that connection, there is one thing you should be able to do immeditately: play back DVDs in 5.1 Dolby Digital (or DTS or whatever surround track is on Don't change the audio format in the Perian System Preferences pane.
The plist file is in your home library folder. The Audio MIDI Setup (http://fplanque.com/media/dev/2009/midi.png) looks a little bit different on Snow Leopard but I chose the same settings. 48000 & 2ch/24. Connect your Mac to a Dolby Digital-capable device using an optical audio cable. Your AV Receiver should display that it is receiving a Dolby Digital signal as opposed to stereo or Dolby Pro Logic II That's it, enjoy your movie.
Configure Audio MIDI Setup Launch /Applications/Utilities/Audio MIDI Setup. This may require a Mini Toslink to Toslink adaptor (if you have a Mac Pro or ... 4 Step 4: Enable Dolby Digital (AC3) Passthrough1: Open: /Users/(Administrator Acount)/Library/Preferences/com.cod3r.a52codec.plist.E.G: /Users/Home/Library/Preferences/com.cod3r.a52codec.plist.2: Select twoChannelMode Later, the material was brought to a larger mixing stage, and a couple of days were spent tweaking levels and finalizing the tracks to work reasonably well for festivals and other Scott Reply DanFebruary 10, 2008 at 2:57 pmPermalink Thanks for the tutorial.
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