I admit that I am the subject of Dolby Digital 5.1 but am a little confused. As we read in tests of Pinnacle Studio Dolby Digital 5.1 so that movies can be created, but that it is only virtual 5.1. Hmmm ...
Then we read that studio has only 3 audio tracks, but DD5.1 soundtracks need 6.
But it is not so (?) The 3 tracks recorded in studio stand for 3 noise sources in the 5.1-space can be placed and animated. The only disadvantage of Studio would be but that it itself has no explicit intervene in the current track, but that very well with a "real" 5.1-room being worked on.
I lie there right?
Is there really a test or report on experience with Pinnacle Studio 5.1 creation?
Antwort von Markus:
You are resting your description correctly. - A "normal soundtrack is" yes synonymous not only a sound, but includes two channels, namely one for the left and right (stereo). This example could be further expanded arbitrarily, until a confusing soundtrack includes many channels.
PS: Pinnacle Studio, I do not know closer to happiness. ;-)