DVD Architect 5 changes 5.1 surround sound channels will
Frage von Konstantin: Februar 2011
I have a huge problem with the DVD Architect version 5 When I'm in a Blue-ray or DVD Project, an MTS file with 5.1 surround invite sound, or a separate AC3 file Place in a video stream, changing the DVDA the sound so that only in the final Blue-Ray or DVD File the right front channel is out completely. The left front channel is much less modulated and all other channels (; Center, +2 x rear) are completely dead, the mismatch of the audio control of the two front channels, I can already see directly in the preview of the DVDA and synonymous understand about headphones. The preview just a "stereo downmix", is known to me, but would have to be yes on both channels then the wheels with at least the same level. The project settings in DVDA are with me always on "5.1 Surround". The MTS or AC3 files I create with Vegas. Also I will use in the Project and render settings basically 5.1 sound. This rendered the sound in Vegas by the MTS files still "clean" I can understand perfectly by a re-import the MTS file into Vegas. This phenomenon occurs to me with Vegas 9.0b and DVDA5.0 on a Windows 7 64Bit system as well as on a Windows XP (; 32bit) with the latest test versions of both Programs. In Vegas I cut my M2TS Files of SonyHDR XR 550VE already provides 5.1 sound. Behind this, I then put an additional audio track for audio dubbing - nothing else. If there is anyone here in the forum of this problem is synonymous ever had and has already successfully resolved I'd appreciate a word of advice - sometimes one does not see the forest for the trees ...
Antwort von wolfgang:
The current version of the DVDAs is 5.2, and synonymous of Vegas Pro 9 has there been a version of e, if I have it right in your memory.
Was the 5.1 material with the AC3 Pro rendered? For only then the material is not expected in the new again. This can be synonymous check in "Optimise" whether there is a recent calculation.
Otherwise, this is my problem not yet come under.
Antwort von Konstantin:
Unfortunately I was not yet possible to render the sound with AC3 PRO. Vegas is always saying it was to install the version 5 of the DVDA. (Although it's on it). I think here synonymous already read in the forum to have the other users had this problem vegas already synonymous. If the sound with the AC-3 "standard" plug-in is expected to take place in DVDA actually always a recalculation - and I have noticed synonymous. Can I somehow since the Vegas manual helping hand to find this plugin?
Antwort von Marco:
There must something else go wrong. I have it straight with the current programs (10.0c Vegas and DVD Architect 5.2) recreated as a 64-bit version of Windows 7 and used it in Vegas, a 5.1-Project, which was only the rear surround channels are fed with sound. I have to AC3 studio intentionally rendered.
inserted in DVD Architect was the sound of the surround channels are still present and in the stereo downmix correctly vorhörbar. When burning the DVD, the sound had to be rendered not again (despite AC3-Studio).
Also on the burned DVD the sound was fine. As laid out in Vegas Pro, was due entirely to the surround channels of sound in the correct mix available (low level changes are normal for downmix compatibility, compression and Dialnorm).
I would recommend it regardless but synonymous to bring your version of Vegas Pro 9-to-date, ie on 9.0E.
Antwort von Konstantin:
Thank you for your effort you have made you. I have now solved this by now synonymous and the AC3PRO plugin run to get (I am now synonymous to the latest version 9s) ran the first tests with AC3PRO in so far successfully preview this AC3 file into DVDA ever shown without this level of inequality were . I'm (over headphones synonymous everything was OK) just about all my film to render new (AC3 separately - anderst WORKS with AC3PRO not) and then create a new, hopefully perfect Blue-ray disc. If you still have missing channels I would post again - but I think that was it that now. Conclusion: without AC3PRO - no 5.1 sound with the DVDA! Thanks s.Euch!