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ProCoder 3 AC3 files not importing


shueardm

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Hello Shueardm, I have a workaround to use AC3 from PC3 to work in DVDit Pro. I do the complience with PC3 using the PCM setting and in my case 6 channels. I take the wave file and use it as a source and the target is the AC3 Audio Exporter in the presets. AC3 is set for Muthichannel Recording, Audio Data Rate: 384 kbps and everything else is left checked. This is working in DVDit Pro and I am getting some good surround sound which was recorded from my Sony HDR-SR1. I am happy about this. :) So see if you can make this work for you. It dosen't take long to change wav to AC3. I just got my PC3 yesterday.

 

Bob

 

And Bob has also found out that the better way is to not export the audio from the source, rather add another target to the source (using Ac3 exporter). So what you do is on your elementary target, chosse "don't use" in the audio section, but add another target with the AC3 exporter and choose the same source.

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Can someone else please confirm if AC3 from PC3 works? I have a friend who said his AC3 from ProCoder 3 works.

Hello Shueardm, I have a workaround to use AC3 from PC3 to work in DVDit Pro. I do the complience with PC3 using the PCM setting and in my case 6 channels. I take the wave file and use it as a source and the target is the AC3 Audio Exporter in the presets. AC3 is set for Muthichannel Recording, Audio Data Rate: 384 kbps and everything else is left checked. This is working in DVDit Pro and I am getting some good surround sound which was recorded from my Sony HDR-SR1. I am happy about this. :) So see if you can make this work for you. It dosen't take long to change wav to AC3. I just got my PC3 yesterday.

 

Bob

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Mark, the AC3 file you gave me is Little Endian Byte Order. Things may have changed over the years, but that generally was not considered to be DVD legal. Is there an option to change the byte order to Big Endian in Procoder?

 

Scott

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Mark, the AC3 file you gave me is Little Endian Byte Order. Things may have changed over the years, but that generally was not considered to be DVD legal. Is there an option to change the byte order to Big Endian in Procoder?

 

Scott

 

Hi Scott, no there isn't, only little "indians" :) I mean there is no reference to that.

 

Do you think this is a professional (approved) Ac3 encoder, there was claims that it was a professional approved Dolby encoder but now I've seen the box there is no such markings.

 

Also, why does Reel DVD work with them, it was, like Scenarist the one to trust for compatible files.

 

Regs

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That's a good question on Reel DVD. Not sure. The lead engineer figured out the issue. After figuring it out, he actually enabled the application to work with Little Endian AC3 files and got it to successfully mux. not sure about the compatability of the resulting disc though...

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