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Minnetonka Audio Software is announcing two new Dolby products for Mac OS, designed to work inside Apple Inc.’s Final Cut Pro and Logic Studio.


New from Minnetonka Audio is the first Dolby TrueHD product from a 3rd party partner. SurCode for Dolby TrueHD is a plug–in for Apple’s Final Cut Pro and Logic Studio. SurCode for Dolby TrueHD handles both Dolby TrueHD files and streams, converting them to and from the discrete linear PCM format, all within Apple’s family of audio and video production applications. Parameters such as noise shaping, downmix coefficients, dynamic range compression and timecode can be specified, and a confidence decoder is included for round trip quality control.

SurCode for Dolby TrueHD is designed to integrate the Dolby TrueHD format into existing workflows on Mac OS, providing more choice of audio content for Blu-ray titles. SurCode for Dolby TrueHD supports mono to 7.1 surround sound encoding and decoding using 100% lossless audio. SurCode for Dolby TrueHD also includes a Dolby Digital encoder and decoder. In a single pass, both a TrueHD and Dolby Digital encoded file can be produced for Blu-ray authoring.

Pricing & Availability
SurCode for Dolby TrueHD has an MSRP of US$249 and will be available from Minnetonka Audio Software online or at your local retailer.

The Final Cut Pro version of SurCode for Dolby E is included as part of the unified installer for all SurCode for Dolby E platforms, and is a no-charge upgrade for all existing license holders. Both products are expected to ship in the second quarter of 2010.

For in–depth information on both products, visit minnetonkaaudio.com on the web.

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