SoundCode For Dolby E Encoder is a software tool that makes Dolby E encoding fast and easy on Mac or Windows. SoundCode For Dolby E is designed for traditional tape-based workflows and file-based workflows. A Dolby E stream can be encoded fast to a stereo WAV file.
The Dolby E stream is easily laid back to video tape on-site or off-site using an audio/video workstation. A video tape or file delivery can be easily confidence monitored directly in workstations such as Pro Tools, Media Composer, and Final Cut. And on the Mac, the new N-Mon utility lets you monitor in real-time using core audio applications such as Quicktime Player and Final Cut or from an external VTR using a core audio interface. SoundCode realtime monitoring detects and displays any CRC errors so you can deliver Dolby E streams with 100% confidence.
- The SoundCode for Dolby E Encoder for Mac or PC, includes a standalone application, an Audio Suite Pro Tools and Media Composer plug-in and a Final Cut Pro plug-in.
- There are several encode options, including encode from film and SMPTE track order, 1 or 2 frame input offset, Dolby E 16-bit, 20-bit and PCM, together with standard Dolby E metadata settings. Encode up to 8 tracks with over 20 different Dolby E program configurations including 5.1 + Stereo and LCRS + Stereo. The encode process is faster than real-time and includes tape and file based workflows.
Monitor with N-Mon
- N-Mon is a Core Audio application that comes bundled with SoundCode for Dolby E Encoder.
- It connects the audio output of an application such as Final Cut Pro to the Core Audio computer audio output and includes a decoding window to allow real time monitoring of Dolby E playback from Final Cut Pro
SoundCode for Dolby E Encode (Standalone Application, Pro Tools Plug-In, Final Cut Plug-In)