I have a rip of a BluRay with 5.1 DTS-MA audio. When I play it back, the narration dialog is very loud, but the regular dialog and other sound in the film is very quiet.
I thought this had to do with DRC, so I converted it to AC3 hopefully to level out the noise. I found that it made no difference.
Even when I select dynamic volume on my receiver, which levels out the volume while playing, the film is pretty much unwatchable without constantly having to adjust the volume manually.
I converted the DTS file to WAV with AVIDemux, just so I can open the WAV in Cool Edit to see if the center channel is excessively high. It doesn't seem to be, however I want to lower the volume on it just to test. I can't seem to export multitrack WAV with Cool Edit, or find a DTS/AC3 encoder that allows me to load separate WAV files for multitrack ..
I tried BeSweet 0.7b4 to encode it to AC3, trying different settings. I put all the settings in, and try lowering the center channel volume by 6db, but when I click Go, nothing happens. The program doesn't crash, it just does nothing. Here's what I see:
What are some things I can do to encode this stream to correct this?
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I have besweet. Maybe it's buggered because I'm using windows 7.
Is there another program that will accept a multi channel WAV and allow me to edit it?
Then what program can I use to convert it back to DTS?
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