Started by Sam_Zen, October 01, 2006, 01:20:17
Quote from: "Sam_Zen"(A request within a request : Please don't start a discussion about Dolby 5.1 or Home Theatre, because it's not relevant)
Quote from: "Snu"just set mpt to quad mode; then turn surround on for a channel
Quotethe problem with this of course is that to create a partially faded sound, you need two copies of it playing - one to the front and one to the back - then adjust the volumes to change the balance.
Quote from: "speed-goddamn-focus"when you select surround for a channel without using a quad output mode, mpt will output the sound encoded in dolby prologic format whether you want it to or not
Quote from: "Sam_Zen"Setting the mpt playback soundcard settings to quad makes a difference (SB Live).Although in realtime playback it still doesn't work properly, but when saving as quad-wav now, the content is correct.