Todd welcomes you with an overview of the features of the Codec Toolbox and what you'll learn in this series.
Discover all the various codecs the Sonnox Codec Toolbox is able to encode audio files into.
Install & Authorize4:26
Todd explores the process for downloading, instaling and authorizing the software.
Using the Codec Toolbox Plug-In in DAWs2:41
Todd uses Avid Pro Tools 11, Cakewalk Sonar X3 and Presonus StudioOne 2 software as examples for using the Codec ToolBox plug-in.
Codec Toolbox Plug-In Features7:31
Learn how to audition mixes and audio files through various codecs using the included plug-in. Todd also shows how to adjust your mixes to avoid overs and NMR artifacts.
Codec Toolbox Manager: Folder Browser, File List & Auditioning Files5:32
An introduction to the stand-alone software and how easy it is to browse folders on your computer, select files, as well as audition audio files.
Codec Toolbox Manager: Encoding & Decoding4:36
Learn how to encode files to MP3 or AAC, and how to decode encoded files back to PCM files like WAV or AIF. Todd also demonstrates batch processing.
Codec Toolbox Manager: Metadata3:00
See how easy it is to add and edit metadata as part of an encoded audio file.
Codec Toolbox Manager: Settings & Shorcuts4:17
Learn about basic settings for the stand-alone software, as well as some handy keyboard shortcuts to speed up your workflow.
Studio expert Todd Tatnall breaks down this invaluable solution for Encoding Your Music to different formats for the Web and or Devices, allowing you to Audition Codecs in Real-Time, so you don't have to waste time by encoding first, and then listening.
Todd starts with a detailed Introduction, covering the Features and Functions of the Sonnox Codec Toolbox, and What You'll Learn About in the series. Next, Todd explains the Different Codecs the Sonnox Codec Toolbox is able to Encode Your Audio to.
Moving on, Todd gives you some Basics, like Installation and Authorization, as well as Setting Up the Codec Toolbox Plug-in in your DAW. Going deeper, Todd shows you How to Audition Mixes & Audio Files Through the Various Codecs, and How to Adjust Your Mixes to Avoid Overs and NMR Artifacts.
The Stand-Alone Version of Sonnox Codec Toolbox is now examined, starting with info on How to Browse Folders on Your Computer, Select Files, and Audition them. Encoding & Decoding is now up, and you'll learn How to Encode Files to MP3 or AAC, and How to Decode Encoded Files Back to WAV or AIF.
Batch Processing is now revealed, as well as How to Edit Metadata. Wrapping it up, Todd gives you Helpful Settings & Shortcuts that will have you Encoding like a Pro, Speeding Up Your Workflow along the way. If you're ready to Put Your Music on the Internet, don't loose sound quality after all your hard work. Sound great in every format... Watch "Sonnox Codec Toolbox Explained" today!
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