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i have an idea. <BR>Theory: burn a dvd containing a empty video with 5.1 audio, using as audio an .ac3 file burned by me with selcted parts in all the six track. Play this dvd on a cheap dvd player equipped with the 5.1 outputs routing all theese outputs to a mixing desk. <BR>do you people out there think it is possible? <BR>.....hope you'll answer cause i love dub but have no money to buy expensive stuff..... <BR>LeLe163 - sardinia
hi.. this sounds like a brilliant idea to me. <BR> <BR>i quickly browsed the net trying to figure out what software would be needed to actually get a multitrack project into the surround format and then onto a video-dvd. <BR>creating the actual 5.1 surround audio should be no problem as the usual music applications like cubase or logic all claim that they allow surround mixes. <BR>how to get the surround mix on a video dvd is not clear at all to me.. it seems that the entry level dvd-maker programs aimed at hobbyists do not yet support surround sound. so you need to use professional software which is expensive. <BR> <BR>if you find a way to get this done please let us know.. <IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... /happy.gif" ALT=":-)" BORDER=0> <BR> <BR>there is also a dvd audio standard with superior audio quality. this is however not what you want as audio-DVDs can only be played on special dvd-audio players.