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Old 12-05-2012, 09:24 AM
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Hi everyone,

I'm mixing 5.1 documentaries for tv in 5.1 and LtRt.
I use the Neyrinck SoundCode plugin.

When I use the version 5.1 - LtRt - I get a difference of level in the mix, not so much in the ear, more in the meters (dorrough hardware).
But when I use the version 5.1 - Stereo - It sounds more truth to my 5.1 mix. Perfect.

So I prefer to use this second way.
I know that each channel has it own Delivery Specification, but how does the plugin works in these 2 different versions? Would it be ok to deliver stereo instead of LtRt for most channels? Nat Geo? Discovery?

Sorry about my poor English,
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Most people limit or 'contain' the LtRt to the required level. I would think you would need to deliver an LtRt, but you'd have to check the specifications on your deliverables.
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Old 12-05-2012, 12:24 PM
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Default Re: Neyrinck SoundCode

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Hi everyone,

I'm mixing 5.1 documentaries for tv in 5.1 and LtRt.
I use the Neyrinck SoundCode plugin.

When I use the version 5.1 - LtRt - I get a difference of level in the mix, not so much in the ear, more in the meters (dorrough hardware).
But when I use the version 5.1 - Stereo - It sounds more truth to my 5.1 mix. Perfect.

So I prefer to use this second way.
I know that each channel has it own Delivery Specification, but how does the plugin works in these 2 different versions? Would it be ok to deliver stereo instead of LtRt for most channels? Nat Geo? Discovery?

Sorry about my poor English,
zzstation
A lot of stations don't even use your 2track. They create their own from the 5.1.
All my 2tracks have been spot on with 5.1 to ltrt and reads -24 Lkfs as the 5.1 does

As stated, deliver what they ask for not what you prefer.
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