Encode to Dolby-approved AC-3 Format - Surround or Stereo!
The Minnetonka SurCode for Dolby Digital encoder lets you encode your mixes into 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound. It accepts up to six WAV or AIFF files for input and then outputs a Dolby Digital AC-3 file. It's the preferred format for putting audio on DVD - typically reducing a 16-bit/48kHz audio file by a ratio of 8:1, but still achieving excellent sound quality. Use the Minnetonka SurCode for Dolby Digital encoder only when you'll have Dolby Digital decoder to turn it back into audio. Worth noting, you can apply for the Dolby logo on your discs when you use the professional Minnetonka SurCode for Dolby Digital encoder.Minnetonka SurCode for Dolby Digital Encoder at a Glance:
- Turns mixes into a 5.1 AC-3 file
- Ideal for DVD audio, alongside a Dolby Digital decoder
- Can apply for the Dolby logo for your discs
Turns mixes into a 5.1 AC-3 file
With the Minnetonka SurCode for Dolby Digital Encoder, you can input six WAV or AIFF files and have them encoded into one professional Dolby Digital AC-3 file. You can also input your stereo mixes and encode them into the AC-3 file format.
Ideal for DVD audio, alongside a Dolby Digital decoder
The AC-3 file is a standard for DVD audio - whenever you'll have a Dolby Digital decoder on the back end, to turn the AC-3 file back into audio. This is the preferred solution for DVD audio because it allows for more video to fill a DVD's 4.3GB of space. Dolby Digital AC-3 reduces the size of audio files typically by a ration of 8:1, while still achieving excellent sound quality.
Can apply for the Dolby logo on your discs
Don't settle for less - only professional, certified encoders can output files that will get Dolby's approval to put their logo on your discs. And, the Minnetonka SurCode for Dolby Digital encoder is approved by Dolby Labs - just contact Dolby Labs to apply for a logo for your material.
- SurCode is licensed and certified by Dolby Labs
- Encodes 5.1 Surround Sound or stereo into a Dolby Digital AC-3 file
- Accepts up to 6 WAV or AIFF files for input
- Stereo mixdown for auditioning Surround-sound files prior to encoding
- Supports all Dolby encoding options
- Free Dolby logo use on content