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Create Dvd Only Dd 2Ch Audio?


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I tried to ceate a few DVD's from my MKV's of original movies I have but but once complete I discovered the Dolby Digital 5.1 had been converted to stereo 2CH...say what! Going back into the software I see there is not even an option for anything other than 2CH. There's no way to keep the source DD 5.1 sound? Really? ok is it me or is this a very serious flaw that in all the software I mess with I don't know any not supporting 5.1 audio for DVD creation. Guess I'll have to use another software. I was even thinking of upgrading to NXT but if this is still a problem then I think not.

 

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As you may not know,

 

1) Only one Roxio product (DVDiT) allowed pass through; everything else has been 2 channe!

2) Corel bought both Roxio and Pinnacle.

3) Try the Corel product; there is a free trial.- Video Studio 5 Pro. The audio outputs are: Audio: Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1, MPA, WAV, QuickTime, Windows Media Audio, Ogg Vorbis

 

Original movies, if they are rips from commercially available DRM protected movies, we cannot talk about that on this forum !

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so NXT is the last Roxio product then I guess. Was not really up on the Roxio sell out thing but did get suspicious when I loged in and a corel page came up. So Corel will not release their own version of NXT? I looked at a few products and seems to look like they just broke the software up and used bits and pieces here and there. Noit sure I'm to interested in it....hate change and getting use to something.

 

I had DVDFab so I opted to purchase the DVD creator portion to add to my other tools...works good for what I wanted to do converting/burning mkv's to DVD

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