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    Hey everyone,

    I hope the holiday season is going well for everybody.

    I'm exporting 5 mono stems into a 5.1 AC3, but I can't figure out how to assign Left, Right, Center, Ls, Rs, Lf. Any pointers?

    Thanks.
    Van Harrison
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    You will be fine If you route the desired audio tracks to the specific output channels:

    CH1 = Left
    CH2 = Right
    CH3 = Center
    CH4 = Lfe
    CH5 = Ls
    CH6 = Rs

    Look in the manual, you can find some informations on that!

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    • #3
      Some time ago I did a video showing how to set up channel mapping for surround sound. It is the third video on this page:

      http://www.dvc.uk.com/acatalog/10_edius_secrets.html
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      • #4
        Originally posted by David Clarke View Post
        Some time ago I did a video showing how to set up channel mapping for surround sound. It is the third video on this page:

        http://www.dvc.uk.com/acatalog/10_edius_secrets.html
        Originally posted by Andreas_Gumm View Post
        You will be fine If you route the desired audio tracks to the specific output channels:

        CH1 = Left
        CH2 = Right
        CH3 = Center
        CH4 = Lfe
        CH5 = Ls
        CH6 = Rs
        Andreas
        Thank you both! Works like a charm :)
        Van Harrison
        The World's Most Interesting
        *Assistant* Video Editor

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