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Terry StetlerAC-3 encoding desireable?
by on Jan 16, 2003 at 6:35:11 am

Consider this a poll if you will.

Is it the judgement of this group that AC-3 support is desirable in;

1. editing software?

2. authoring software?

I think I know the answers, but there is a good reason for asking.

Terry Stetler

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Gary BettanRe: AC-3 encoding desireable?
by on Jan 16, 2003 at 2:48:06 pm

terry, please have the gang at Ulead put AC3 encoding on all products that include exporting to DVD. Even if it is only an option in a special bundle that would include both MS Pro 7 & DVD Workshop.

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Ron EvansRe: AC-3 encoding desireable?
by on Jan 16, 2003 at 7:43:02 pm

Both, but especially authoring software. As an example I have a Panasonic E30 that I use to archive my old tapes. I have just started to copy these files in the PC from the DVR-RAM disc, change file extension to mpg, bring into Ulead Workshop ( with the AC3=1 mod ) and author a DVD. It would be nice to be able to bring these files into an editing program and edit as well as author. FOr new material I would want to edit DV files and then encode with AC3 for authoring a DVD. I would like both please!!! Now that Sony has started to produce DVD-RAM camcorders I can see more use for an editing program that will manage VRO files with AC3 encoding too.

Ron Evans


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