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Old 04-16-2012, 06:57 AM
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+1, and a lot of those animated films scores very high in PQ,SQ , LFE etc.

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+1, and a lot of those animated films scores very high in PQ,SQ , LFE etc.

but who cares unless you watch cartoons ? I just thought the majority here are adults who don't watch cartoons ....but ok, I was wrong. Well, at least in the audio thread it's not as bad as in the video one !

ok, I am out. You guys enjoy !
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Mission Impossible:Ghost Protocol
Dolby TrueHD 7.1
-REFERENCE-

What more needs to be said...Great movie and an INCREDIBLE soundtrack!
One of thee best mixes from last year IMO...now one of the best BR's of this year.
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Mission Impossible:Ghost Protocol
Dolby TrueHD 7.1
-REFERENCE-

What more needs to be said...Great movie and an INCREDIBLE soundtrack!
One of thee best mixes from last year IMO...now one of the best BR's of this year.

Just watched it tonight . Yep, reference it is

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Mission Impossible:Ghost Protocol
Dolby TrueHD 7.1
-REFERENCE-

What more needs to be said...Great movie and an INCREDIBLE soundtrack!
One of thee best mixes from last year IMO...now one of the best BR's of this year.

Agreed.
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Mission Impossible:Ghost Protocol
Dolby TrueHD 7.1
-REFERENCE-

What more needs to be said...Great movie and an INCREDIBLE soundtrack!
One of thee best mixes from last year IMO...now one of the best BR's of this year.

Agreed. Watched last night and WOW!

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The sandstorm sequence is just amazing.
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Wow, yeah, MI: GP is truly amazing in every way. Great PQ; one of the best tracks I've ever heard. The sandstorm sequence must have had some serious wattage because it knocked my sound out a few times with what I can only imagine was some sort of protection kicking in so that my entire system wouldn't shut down. First time I've experienced that with any track at any sound level. Wow.
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Why isn't MI-4 encoded using DTS-HD MA? Why TrueHD? Don't flame me (FilmMixer) but there should be some reason for Paramount / DreamWorks to handpick TrueHD and give a special treatment.

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Why isn't MI-4 encoded using DTS-HD MA? Why TrueHD? Don't flame me (FilmMixer) but there should be some reason for Paramount / DreamWorks to handpick TrueHD and give a special treatment.

"A special treatment"?

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[B]Mission Impossible:Ghost Protocol
Dolby TrueHD 7.1
-REFERENCE-[/b]The opening scene from the chase on the roof, the escape from the prison and the blast after the title scene was proof of its reference status.
I watch the openinig over and over, that explosion in the sewer merging into
the get away van scene was great.
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"A special treatment"?

Yes. Just take a look at the 5.1 / 7.1 TrueHD titles especially from DreamWorks / Paramount and how they are rated in the tier thread. Generally they tend to get a better rating than the ones encoded using DTS-HD MA. Transformers 1 (5.1 though), TF3, Kung Fu Panda 1 (5.1) & 2, How to Train Your Dragon, MI4 to name a few.

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Why isn't MI-4 encoded using DTS-HD MA?

Because someone chose to use TrueHD.

Maybe they like the way Dolby handles 7.1.

Maybe they understand that it will sound the same regardless of what lossless codec they use and want to keep continuity at their authoring house by using Dolby products for streaming, SD DVD, VOD, PPV, and BluRay.

All valid reasons and I've no clue the real answer.

If they chose DTS-HD MA would you be asking why they didn't chose Dolby?

No flame... I just don't understand what answer you are looking or hoping for.

Once again... its all about the mix and all of those top tier films got the time, attention and money they needed to get exemplary tracks.
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Does DTS still require/suggest a relative to a Dolby track to be 10db hotter? I thought I heard somewhere and was corroborated discs that featured both Dolby and DTS tracks but the latter was louder so folks assumed it was better.

Which has always been a bit of a concern for me on whether that actually reduces dynamic range or increases the likelihood of clipping or more peak limiting?

Thanks for any clarification you can provide FilmMixer.

As far as I understand if all is being equal the only thing that matters and dictates sound quality is the mix which is irrespective of the audio codec used.

MI4 I really enjoyed that mix, excellent balance in levels and great dynamic range.

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Does DTS still require/suggest a relative to a Dolby track to be 10db hotter? I thought I heard somewhere and was corroborated discs that featured both Dolby and DTS tracks but the latter was louder so folks assumed it was better.

Which has always been a bit of a concern for me on whether that actually reduces dynamic range or increases the likelihood of clipping or more peak limiting?

Thanks for any clarification you can provide FilmMixer.

As far as I understand if all is being equal the only thing that matters and dictates sound quality is the mix which is irrespective of the audio codec used.

MI4 I really enjoyed that mix, excellent balance in levels and great dynamic range.

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The usual difference is 4db and because of the typical value of the dialnorm being used on Dolby tracks. If you have THX certified preamp/receiver it will compensate for that and you won't detect any level differences. I don't know of any examples of 10 db difference between DTS and Dolby on the same title.

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The usual difference is 4db and because of the typical value of the dialnorm being used on Dolby tracks. If you have THX certified preamp/receiver it will compensate for that and you won't detect any level differences. I don't know of any examples of 10 db difference between DTS and Dolby on the same title.

DTS has DialNorm too. Theirs defaults to -0dB where Dolby defaults to -4dB. THX also recommends a -4dB offset to compensate for the difference between a theater and the home.

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THX also recommends a -4dB offset to compensate for the difference between a theater and the home.

I've never heard that recommendation before due to differences in listening environments.. the fact that they compensate 4db so that MV@0 = Reference seems counter to that claim..

Can you provide more info or a link please?

I'm interested...

That being said, most film dialog averages around -27, and it makes perfect sense why the encoder default for dialog norm is set there..
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DTS has DialNorm too. Theirs defaults to -0dB where Dolby defaults to -4dB. THX also recommends a -4dB offset to compensate for the difference between a theater and the home.

Yes I know DTS has the dialnorm feature but as you point it out it being left at it's default -31 setting versus Dolby's typical -27 hence the difference in overall volume differences . Like Fimmixer never heard THX's recommendation but it sure lowers DTS tracks by 4db in average for the typical encoding differences.

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I've never heard that recommendation before due to differences in listening environments.. the fact that they compensate 4db so that MV@0 = Reference seems counter to that claim..

Not sure what you're asking here, both Dolby and THX recommend -27dB DialNorm level. THX certified devices will lower DTS to -27 as well.

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Not sure what you're asking here, both Dolby and THX recommend -31dB DialNorm level. THX certified devices will lower DTS to -31 as well.

Originally you said THX recommends a -27 dn due to differences in theatrical and home environments.

That, IMO, has never been the case.

Now you are saying that Dolby and THX recommend -31, which is no offset.

I'm confused.
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Originally you said THX recommends a -27 dn due to differences in theatrical and home environments.

That, IMO, has never been the case.

Now you are saying that Dolby and THX recommend -31, which is no offset.

I'm confused.

Oops. Fixed the -27/31 thing. They do recommend the -27 for home theaters, along with the 75dB home reference rather than the 85dB theatrical reference. I was talking about the combination of the two levels and how the receivers will be calibrated for that.

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Oops. Fixed the -27/31 thing. They do recommend the -27 for home theaters, along with the 75dB home reference rather than the 85dB theatrical reference. I was talking about the combination of the two levels and how the receivers will be calibrated for that.

Peter.. again, please show me where THX recommends what DN setting content providers use..

And the calibration for home theater reference is based on -30dbFS test tones...

Theatrical uses -20... it's the same SPL reference.
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Peter.. again, please show me where THX recommends what DN setting content providers use..

And the calibration for home theater reference is based on -30dbFS test tones...

Theatrical uses -20... it's the same SPL reference.

75dBc level (-30 dB FullScale) vs 85dBc (-20dB FS) the difference in reference level home vs theater...

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75dBc level (-30 dB FullScale) vs 85dBc (-20dB FS) the difference in reference level home vs theater...

They are exactly the same thing.

Since films are mixed with the 85 reference, when you play it back at reference 0 you will get the same SPL. You don't lose 10db since you've changed the level of tone you've used to set SPL by 10db.

If I go on my dub stage and do the same thing there is no net gain/loss.

What's important is what level the film.was mixed at...

There is not a 10db difference in THX home at 0 reference and theatrical playback at 7.....
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Because someone chose to use TrueHD.

Maybe they like the way Dolby handles 7.1.

Maybe they understand that it will sound the same regardless of what lossless codec they use and want to keep continuity at their authoring house by using Dolby products for streaming, SD DVD, VOD, PPV, and BluRay.

All valid reasons and I've no clue the real answer.

If they chose DTS-HD MA would you be asking why they didn't chose Dolby?

No flame... I just don't understand what answer you are looking or hoping for.

Once again... its all about the mix and all of those top tier films got the time, attention and money they needed to get exemplary tracks.

Filmmixer,

Thanks for not flaming me.

If they chose DTS-HD MA would you be asking why they didn't chose Dolby? -

Maybe, if it is not done properly when it should have been. My question simply stems from the pattern of choosing TrueHD over DTS-HD MA (20 DTS-HD MA titles followed by 1 TrueHD title that gets reference votes), nothing else. There should be some reason behind breaking from the trend and picking TrueHD on exemplary mixes.

I used to be a fan of DTS but not anymore as I fully understood that it is down to the mixing.

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Thanks for not flaming me.

If they chose DTS-HD MA would you be asking why they didn't chose Dolby? -

Maybe, if it is not done properly when it should have been. My question simply stems from the pattern of choosing TrueHD over DTS-HD MA (20 DTS-HD MA titles followed by 1 TrueHD title that gets reference votes), nothing else. There should be some reason behind breaking from the trend and picking TrueHD on exemplary mixes.

I used to be a fan of DTS but not anymore as I fully understood that it is down to the mixing.

How is a totally automated process won't get done properly?
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Underworld: Awakening DTS-HD MA 7.1 - Reference

This soundtrack is simply outstanding. The use of surrounds is excellent. There's things whirling, whizzing and going on all around you. A few times I turned my head and looked behind me. Gotta make sure there wasn't a Lycan or two standing there. And if that wasn't enough, then you have the LFE. One word... mind blowing! My pants were literally moving during certain scenes and I'm pretty sure I caused some structural damage to my house. Then add Kate in latex and you have one helluva good time in the ol' HT. There are so many slap yo' mama LFE moments your hand will be bruised. Get this movie and turn it up. You will be giddy from LFE intoxication.

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Underworld: Awakening DTS-HD MA 7.1 - Reference

This soundtrack is simply outstanding. The use of surrounds is excellent. There's things whirling, whizzing and going on all around you. A few times I turned my head and looked behind me. Gotta make sure there wasn't a Lycan or two standing there. And if that wasn't enough, then you have the LFE. One word... mind blowing! My pants were literally moving during certain scenes and I'm pretty sure I caused some structural damage to my house. Then add Kate in latex and you have one helluva good time in the ol' HT. There are so many slap yo' mama LFE moments your hand will be bruised. Get this movie and turn it up. You will be giddy from LFE intoxication.

100% agree!!!!

Watched the film last night, very impressed with the sound. Indeed reference (though the bitrate seemed a little lower than the typical 24bit mix?) I don't know if they downrezzed to 16 or 20bit, but it sounded great and the 7.1 mix was just spectacular!! I'd say this is the best 7.1 mix I've heard after TRON: LEGACY.
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Underworld: Awakening DTS-HD MA 7.1 - Reference

This soundtrack is simply outstanding. The use of surrounds is excellent. There's things whirling, whizzing and going on all around you. A few times I turned my head and looked behind me. Gotta make sure there wasn't a Lycan or two standing there. And if that wasn't enough, then you have the LFE. One word... mind blowing! My pants were literally moving during certain scenes and I'm pretty sure I caused some structural damage to my house. Then add Kate in latex and you have one helluva good time in the ol' HT. There are so many slap yo' mama LFE moments your hand will be bruised. Get this movie and turn it up. You will be giddy from LFE intoxication.

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100% agree!!!!

Watched the film last night, very impressed with the sound. Indeed reference (though the bitrate seemed a little lower than the typical 24bit mix?) I don't know if they downrezzed to 16 or 20bit, but it sounded great and the 7.1 mix was just spectacular!! I'd say this is the best 7.1 mix I've heard after TRON: LEGACY.

So it sounds like I made the right choice in doing a blind buy with this one? Man, I cant wait to hear this! Hope Amazon gets it to me by Friday.

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