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Blu Ray 5.1 Audio In Toast 9

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I am making a blu ray and want to encode HD video and 5.1 audio onto it. I am going to be given a 5.1 mix from my audio post studio, but I'm wondering whether toast can burn that 5.1 mix directly to the Blu ray disk. I use toast 9 for my blu rays but never have placed a 5.1 mix onto it...

 

is this doable? or is there any other software that can do that?

 

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If you can mux to together prior to giving it to Toast as a transport stream, toast will simply copy it (5.1 audio included) onto the Blu-ray.

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But so far it seems there's no way to use any other software to encode something, that Toast won't re-encode or that will play successfully after Toast formats it.

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If you can mux to together prior to giving it to Toast as a transport stream, toast will simply copy it (5.1 audio included) onto the Blu-ray.

 

 

Just wondering how you mux together? do you mean mux two together... I think if this is possible this is the way to go for me. My audio file will already be made as a 5.1 mix so can I just copy it over, or do I have to use something else like compressor?

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Just wondering how you mux together? do you mean mux two together... I think if this is possible this is the way to go for me. My audio file will already be made as a 5.1 mix so can I just copy it over, or do I have to use something else like compressor?

 

The case where I've gotten this to work no problem is using EyeTV recordings that are HD and have a AC3 5.1 Soundtrack. These files are .mpg files. When I open them up in MPEG Streamclip and export them at transport streams, I can then add those transport streams to Toast 9 and it does not reencode them. As for how to combine things - Compressor will do it, but Toast will reencode it. To find out more about that read other threads

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