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Old 29 Mar 2002, 08:24 AM   #1
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Cool problems with ac3

hi all...i have a problem...i've done some mpeg-4 v2 vids with ac3 sound...i used nandub for multiplexing...everything worked fine...i playback the is fine...but i can't select 5 or 6-speaker-audio when i use bsplayer and intervideo audio decoder...i thought of my soundcard as the problem...i have sb128 i need a 5.1 soundcard to can select that option ?
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Old 10 Aug 2002, 12:19 AM   #2
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Exclamation About needing a Dolby sound card... indeed need a dolby decoder compatible sound card. Which model of multimedia card are you using?...i got a Creative SB Audigy working fine under windows 2000 pro...
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Old 19 Aug 2002, 02:53 AM   #3
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btw - just wanted to mention that if you have a dolby digital or dts decoder you dont need to spend money on a sb audigy - you can buy the simplest sb live with digital output and enjoy all of the magic of dts and dolby.....
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