The OpenQuickTime Sound Options dialog box (titled MediaSettings) allows you to configure the audio compression settings when exporting a QuickTime movie on Linux.
On GNU/Linux, Harmony uses the OpenQuickTime framework to export QuickTime movies. This framework uses its own user interfaces to allow you to configure the video and audio compression settings for a movie. Because OpenQuickTime only comes bundled with non-prorprietary codecs, its compression options are limited.
- For tasks related to this dialog box, see Exporting a Movie File.
- This dialog can only be accessed on GNU/Linux.
- From the top menu, select File > Export > Movie.
The Export Movie dialog box opens.
- In the Movie Format drop-down, select QuickTime Movie (*.mov).
Click on the Sound Options button.
Lets you select a codec. By default, the following codecs will be available:
NOTE It is recommended to leave this option to its default value, Twos Complement - Little Endian PCM, as it is commonly used for storing uncompressed audio. Other encoding formats are likely to sacrifice audio quality for negligible savings in disk space.
The sample rate at which to export your scene's audio. The only available option is 22050 Hz, as it is the sample rate used internally by Harmony.