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Old 18th July 2010, 19:10   #1  |  Link
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Sonic DVDiT Pro HD--Does it Work As Advertized?

Does anyone have first-hand experience with Sonic DVDit Pro HD?

http://www.roxio.com/enu/products/dv.../overview.html

Currently frustrated with Adobe Premiere's lack of support for multichannel PCM audio at 24-bit depth. Roxio's site claims to support 7.1 channel PCM.

Anyone have experiences to share?

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I have it. Don't buy it.
Just read their forums and you will know why...
http://forums.support.roxio.com/forum/120-dvdit-pro-hd/
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I agree, it's rubbish - buggy as hell. Your best bet is ScenaristBD Studio.
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Oh boy, another mortgage/loan ahead! The last time I was forced to go with a high end product, it took 59 months to pay it off.
The ScenaristBD Studio looks interesting, but they don't support CMF, so it's no good for replication. No mention of price either.
They also don't mention support for DTS HD or multichannel PCM. These are important features to us, as many of our audio tracks are 24-bit.

ScenaristBD Studio is worth looking into, but I'm concerned about replication issues if no CMF support exists.

Scenarist BDMV is a bit too steep on price (I don't think we'd be able to qualify for that big a loan) and has a steep learning curve.

Thanks for this breaking news. I'll keep watching it to see what develops. We made the last payment on Scenarist back in September, so we might finance another big purchase as soon as we see more demand for Blu-ray.
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The ScenaristBD Studio looks interesting, but they don't support CMF, so it's no good for replication. No mention of price either.
They also don't mention support for DTS HD or multichannel PCM. These are important features to us, as many of our audio tracks are 24-bit.

ScenaristBD Studio is worth looking into, but I'm concerned about replication issues if no CMF support exists.
Really? Whats the point. You should be looking at Netblender's Do Studio

http://www.netblender.com/main/
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Check with Sonic and Studio does support CMF output.....but its $19k with the support. Netblender's a no-brainer. I believe its done about 100 titles at this point for replication
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NetBlender DoStudio looks like a possible solution.. I can't find any information on whether it accepts multichannel PCM 24-bit audio though.. anyone who uses DoStudio--is multichannel LPCM good to go with it?
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Yes it does...its a solid tool with great support
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