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BeLight issues -- Normalization? Compression? Help!

Doom9's DVD conversion guides recommend that I enable dynamic compression and normalization when converting AC3 using BeSweet+BeLight, but this strikes me as a bit odd. Should I?

One guide states that "dynamic compression does the same thing your player does during playback of an AC3 file: it reduces the dynamic range so that you can hear weak signals (like voices) better." Is AC3 unique in this regard or something?

BeLight issues -- Normalization? Compression? Help!

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Is AC3 unique in this regard or something?
i think so, yes.

here is one doc;
http://www.dolby.com/assets/pdf/tech_libra...AllMetadata.pdf 
(and there is plenty more to read from dolby.com)
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