Select "DSPguru_Ogg_Vorbis_2ch" from the profiles menu.
If you are encoding the main soundtrack, name the file .
If you are encoding a commentary track, name the file .
If you are encoding some other track, give it a similarly descriptive name.
Enter the Delay value found in the name of the .ac3 file exactly as it appears. It may be positive or negative.
(If the value is 0ms, remove the check mark.)
Create a new text file in the ripping folder. Open it, and press Ctrl+V to paste in the command line.
Press Enter and then press Ctrl+V again. Edit this second line so that the path to the "input" file and the path for the "output" file both point to the ripping folder for the second episode.
Continue pasting and editing until there is a line for each episode.
If there are commentary tracks, create a series of lines for them as well. Only, be sure to change the "input" name to the correct .ac3 file name, and the "output" name to commentary.ogg or something similarly descriptive. Edit the quality value on commentary tracks to read 0.001. The delay value will most likely stay the same.
Save the text file and close it. Rename it to audio.bat and double-click it.
BeSweet will make two passes for each audio file--the
first to determine the
max gain, and the second
to encode the audio. It will take about 30 to 45 minutes
per track, depending on the speed of your CPU and the
length of the audio.
If you're encoding the audio for a feature-length movie, repeat the process for each additional track.
Preview the .ogg file(s) in VLC Media Player to make sure there are no glitches, and to make sure the file names correspond to their content.
Close BeSweet and proceed to the next stage..