Started by DustWolf, January 17, 2006, 22:02:30
Quote from: "Snu"mpt really only has basic surround abilities currently, but its possible, and pretty simple.first, you need to set the mixing quality to quad channel in the setup, then you enable surround on a channel, and it will be panned to the back speakers (you can use S90 and S91 to switch between them).also, i believe S9B will set it to play both front and back, but i could be wrong (i dont have a surround setup right now to test it out).unfortunately, this pan is only 0% or 100% tho, to make a sound play in both front and back, you will have to play it in two seperate channels.
ModPlug Tracker IT|C-501p64S90|...........|C-501p00S90|........S9B|C-501p64S91|...........|C-501p00S91
QuoteS90: Disable surround for the current channelS91: Enable surround for the current channel. Note that a panning effect will automatically desactive the surround, unless the 4-way (Quad) surround mode has been activated with the S9B effect.S9A: Select mono surround mode (center channel). This is the defaultS9B: Select quad surround mode: this allows you to pan in the rear channels, especially useful for 4-speakers playback. Note that S9A and S9B do not activate the surround for the current channel, it is a global setting that will affect the behavior of the surround for all channels. You can enable or disable the surround for individual channels by using the S90 and S91 effects. In quad surround mode, the channel surround will stay active until explicitely disabled by a S90 effect
Quote from: "SILOH 3005"That's it. Hope to see some interesting surround sound tracks from you guys. My brand new 5.1 system is just sittin' here wasting away. =P