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Setting Up for DTS Playback on the MacA quick technique for previewing DTS content in DVD Studio Pro projects
To begin, make sure you've connected your computer to a DTS 5.1-capable digital receiver. The system should be connected via the Toslink port (optical out) on the back of your Mac. I won't get into the process of setting up your receiver beyond this; refer to your owner's manual for proper configuration. After you have your receiver set up, the rest of the process is all software.
1. Building a disc image
The first step is easy. In DVD Studio Pro, build and format your project, saving it as a disc image on your hard drive. To do this, choose File > Advanced Burn > Build and Format. In the dialog that pops up, go down to the Destination section and set your Output Device to "Hard Drive." Use .img as the Output Format.
This will create a disc image of your project on your hard drive. Double-click it to mount it as if it were a regular disc.
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