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Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) - Cinema DTS to BD
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The BD synced Cinema DTS 5.1 audio for Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) is now available. Contributing members drop me a PM. It's synced to the BD because the DEFLATE 4K WEB release doesn't include it's original source audio; it just has the BD audio with a delay set in the MKV.

This is my own rip and sync. The raw files were converted using the foobar2000 APT-X100 plugin. The surround channels have been attenuated by -3Db and the LFE channel boosted +3Db which should be the correct theatrical level.

The track is a DTS-HD MA file. If muxing into an MKV you should apply a -21ms offset to compensate for the additional silence added by the encoder. I haven't baked this adjustment into the track as some authoring programs adjust for it automatically. If you want to mux this with the DEFLATE release then apply an offset of +8696ms.

Both the BD and LD contain what are essentially more dynamic iterations of this theatrical mix. The LD only slightly, the BD more so.
If anybody has any of these Cinema DTS tracks please let me know as I'd be happy to sync them to their respective BD/UHD releases.
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Turisu: I am just a professional doing a job!

Fantastic work. Can't wait to take a listen.
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Will it sync to the 4k iTunes rip
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Fantastic!

Thank you so much Turisu for your fantastic Cinema DTS selection!
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(2021-10-28, 08:25 PM)dvdmike Wrote: Will it sync to the 4k iTunes rip

Yes. +8696ms.
If anybody has any of these Cinema DTS tracks please let me know as I'd be happy to sync them to their respective BD/UHD releases.
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Glad everybody is enjoying these. Smile
If anybody has any of these Cinema DTS tracks please let me know as I'd be happy to sync them to their respective BD/UHD releases.
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Having a growing library of well put together DTS Cinema syncs is a great thing and it almost seems like we've got a good standardized method to do it with excellent results. That's important because until now, I felt that not all rips and sync were equal in terms of quality/accuracy. Yours have all been terrific. Keep this up and let me know if there is anything I can help with.
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(2021-10-28, 10:32 AM)Turisu Wrote: Both the BD and LD contain what are essentially more dynamic iterations of this theatrical mix. The LD only slightly, the BD more so.

Gave this a watch, switching back and forth the Cinema and BD tracks. Music on the BD sounds a lot better. The audio also sounded a bit more "clear" on the BD as well. LFE on the Cinema DTS was much better, and overall the track felt more dynamic in dialogue/effects.

I'd be curious to check out the other theatrical tracks (Dolby Digital/Surround) to see if some of the issues I have with the Cinema DTS is an encoding thing or just how the audio was originally mixed.
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I need to locate my first edition DVD, this was the closest in terms of tracks, to the LD.
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It's just how the track is. The BD track actually has better dynamic range than the Cinema DTS. There are lots of instances where an original theatrical track isn't necessarily going to be the best sounding track. The Lion King theatrical Dolby Digital was apparently terrible whereas the BD 7.1 sounds amazing. Early DTS theatrical mixes also apparently had too much high-end making them sound harsh. The home video mixes in such cases should also sound better than the original.

I don't sync these tracks on the basis that they're better than what's already available; just that I believe the original theatrical audio should always be an option.
If anybody has any of these Cinema DTS tracks please let me know as I'd be happy to sync them to their respective BD/UHD releases.
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