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SurCode for Dolby E Encoder from Minnetonka is a fully licensed and certified file-based software plug-in encoder for Dolby E, for use with Pro Tools and VST compliant applications. The plug-in encodes Dolby E files from discrete PCM files, and is the perfect way to integrate Dolby E into existing workflows on different audio workstations, in different studios, and in various formats.
The Dolby E Encoder provides encoding of up to 8 channels of audio, with a variety of user selectable program configurations. These range from 5.1 and stereo, to 4 independent stereo or 8 mono channels. It also includes full input of Dolby E and program metadata, all via a simple user interface.
When used with Pro Tools, the plug-in appears in the AudioSuite menu and will encode audio in sync with the Pro Tools timeline. Encoding is as simple as selecting a file or part of a file, going to the AudioSuite menu and selecting the encoder, entering the required metadata, and hitting encode.
Note: iLok required if one is not already on the system.
Pro Tools AudioSuite plug-in for both Mac and Windows based systems
VST plug-in for Mac and Windows based systems
Faster than real-time encoding
Writes Dolby E WAV (two-mono or stereo) files and supports all Dolby metadata
Display and update Dolby E and per-program metadata
Uses plug-in templates as presets
DBMD import - browse or drag and drop DBMD WAV
XML import - browse or drag and drop XML file
New in Version 1.6
Added Frame Offset control - no offset, +/-1 frame, +/-2 frames
Fixed VST Windows keystroke support (for entering Program Description Text)
Added option to allow the host selection start sample (and/or the session start in AudioSuite) to be the Dolby E Timecode start time
VST pre-roll negative sample number fix
Frame Offset is recorded in the Coding History section of the BWF bext chunk in accordance with EBU technical recommendation R98-1999
AudioSuite encode with region button text changed
Serial port metadata input now supported
Timecode Enable setting now correctly stored in saved sessions or settings files
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Pro Tools 7.4 or higher AudioSuite plug-in under Mac OS X or Windows XP/Vista Qualified VST 2.4 surround host under Mac OS 10.4 or higher or Windows XP/ Vista Pace iLok USB Smart Key (not included) Internet access for plug-in authorization
Minnetonka Audio SurCode for Dolby E Encoder - Plug-In Encoder Review