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PostPosted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 12:06 am 
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Need an advice. I have created a few DTS-HD MA solely because of this site and the kind folks behind it. I burn the .dtshd surround files to blurays and enjoy them in my BD player in a 7.1 surround home theater. But it is what on the screen of the TV that leaves me underwhelmed. Usually, it is scans of SACDs or CDs (their artwork). I want to
1) spam a software that will extract video from a BD that will work well with ambient or classical surround music - Planet Earth (BBC), for example;
2) Then somehow combined the soundtrack (some ambient or relaxing classical) with this silent video.
I know this is ridiculous and I can enjoy them twice as much if I dont combined them into something they should never be, but... The truth is I want to try. I want to combined best of my pleasures together, kind like George Costanza (from the Jerry Seinfeld show) managed to combined spam, food and watching TV in the same one big pleasure (in the same big bed, actually).
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- What is this software than can produce a full 1080P rip of a BD and combined it with my already remastered SPEC albums?
Software names, prices, links will be very much appreciated.
Thanks. Walter.
PS. About the Seinfeld episode. It was "The Blood". Episode no. Season 9. Episode 4, first aired in 1997.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 12:23 am 
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I've done that with adobe cs6.

There may be less expensive programs that support DTS-HD MA, but at least that is one that does.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 12:59 am 
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Zeerround wrote:
I've done that with adobe cs6.

There may be less expensive programs that support DTS-HD MA, but at least that is one that does.


Thanks a lot. I could not find Adobe cs6 on their site. May be it is a decommissioned product?
What is a replacement? Premiere ProCC?

Can you kindly check and let me know?
Much appreciated.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 11:13 am 
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cs refers to their "creative suite". Six is a version number.

http://www.adobe.com/mena_en/products/c ... suite.html

The three products I used were the Media Encoder, Premiere, and Encore.

They also have a "cloud" version now, where you pay by the month.

I don't recall what I used to rip.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 9:29 pm 
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Zeerround wrote:
cs refers to their "creative suite". Six is a version number.

http://www.adobe.com/mena_en/products/c ... suite.html

The three products I used were the Media Encoder, Premiere, and Encore.

They also have a "cloud" version now, where you pay by the month.

I don't recall what I used to rip.


Thanks.
I downloaded it, but got lost in that software for a while. I tried to import BD quality (1080p) into it, but it would import. Nor would it import .dtshd audio files. It does import .dts, but that is not what I want. I suppose I could downconvert both, but why ?

I found this link http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/340428-How-to-combine-1080P-video-with-DTS-HD-in-one-file

Then burned a test BD - crystal clear Planet Earth (the BBC version) with a 5.1 SPECed DTS-HD MA Attendant de Cousteau by Jean Michel Jarre.

Here is a youtube link to the soundtrack (not mine, someone else's video)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMINN0fELxs

Thanks, though.


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There are no editing programs that work witih DTS-HD MA. You need to extract the loss-less wavs from the DTS-HD MA . You use that in the editor (Premier) until everything is ready then you DTS encode the audio. Then you put the edited video and the encoded audio into encore and author the BD or DVD in encore.


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