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Old 19th July 2004, 13:12   #11  |  Link
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Originally posted by Sakuya
I really appreciate that you have created this guide. I don't understand how a given stereo track can be divided into a surround track since the original had nothing like that. You do mean a 5.1 track for DVDs right? I think 5.1 tracks is a division where some is designed to come out of the back speakers and whatnot. Since my stereo track has voices and background music mushed together, how will Plogue divide that?
Hi Sakuya,

No, almost all the methods described in the guides here actually produce five different audio channels and many also add a sixth LFE channel. They either take information that is already in the 2-channel stereo mix and manipulate it in some way to produce the differences, or else they add artificial ambience to generate a difference. Once you get them to work, I think you'll be quite surprised with the results.

As for your problem with Besweet, it is most likely due to what daphy just posted. Try the following:[list=1][*]Go to the Edit menu and choose Preferences.
[*]Click the Disk I/O tab.
[*]Set the use WAVEFORMATEXTENSIBLE dropdown list to never.
[/list=1] This should fix your problem.

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