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AES Toronto Chapter Presents Producing, Authoring, & Encoding Audio Content for Blu-ray Format

On Tuesday, April 26, the Toronto section of the Audio Engineering Society (AES) is offering a presentation with Gary Epstein, Tom McAndrew,  Steve Foster, and Helen Audi. The presentation will cover producing, authoring, and encoding audio content for Blu-ray format and will be held at Ryerson University’s Eaton Theatre, Rogers Communications Building at 7 p.m.

Epstein will present an overview of Dolby’s technologies for the new BD disc media and discuss Dolby TrueHD, and the advantages it brings to Blu-ray disc production.

McAndrew will describe the full range of DTS codecs, and demonstrate how to create modify, and QC DTS audio files for Blue-ray, DVD, and the new world of digital delivery using the DTS-HD Master Audio Suite.

Foster will layout the steps for bringing various sound elements together to create audio mixes in BD format.

Audi will cover the final stages of Blu-ray production including importing elements, authoring, encoding, QC, and replication.

There will also be a discussion on the tools and workflows leading to the finishing touches of a complete Blu-ray disc.

There will be a pre-meeting dinner at 5 p.m. at the Pickle Barrel north of Dundas in the Atrium. For parking information and map to Ryerson University visit www.ryerson.ca/.

The meeting will be available live online, courtesy of Ryerson University, at www.torontoaes.org.

 

 

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