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What is 5.1 surround, and how do I convert files in that format?

Last Revised: 2017-12-07 11:05:42
The name 5.1 surround is given to a multi channel surround audio system. With this format you will have 5 full bandwidth channels and one low frequency, enhancement channel. Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic II, DTS, and SDDS are all common 5.1 systems.

PS:Please notice to convert 5.1 channels output file by our product,it requires your source file is 5.1 channels as well.

To export out a file with 5.1 channels and in high quality, you will first need to ensure that the source file has 5.1 channels. Next, use the method below to choose an output format that has 5.1 channels.

1. Load the file into the software by clicking on Add Files or Load DVD. From the Output Format tab, select MOV, M4V, AVC, MKV, or HD as your output format.



2. Click on Edit to open the parameters window and set the Audio Channel as 6 and Encoder as AC-3.



3. Click on Create to save the settings, and the selected channels will take effect after the conversion.

Tip:
If the source file is a DRM file, 5.1 channels in the output are not available. Formats that have 5.1 channels includes MOV, M4V, MP4 AVC, MKV and HD formats.
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