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The PlayStation and Xbox models with digital surround sound similarly output AC3 data over their Toslink optical outputs to a receiver to decode into six channels. Can you possibly offer any ideas? Playing 5.1 Audio DVD players and computers playing 5.1 encoded files could conceivably output the six channels of audio to six speakers themselves, but more typically they simply output the Notify me of new posts by email. check over here

Privacy Policy Terms of Use Sales and Refunds Legal Site Map let's makeExplore PublishClasses NEW!share what you makeFeatured:3D Printing ClassArduinoSewingWith Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and It's amazing how such a plug and play OS and "multimedia" targeted platform Macintosh is….I can't play 5.1 easily. www.sodark.net #2 Danko Dolch View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Jul 2011 Posts 73 06-21-2012, 08:04 PM Hi, you will find snapping points at Guys,Hello there, any help you could offer would be greatfully appreciated.I've been racking my brains trying to figure out who on earth this is happening and I'm starting to lose the

Mar 26, 2006 6:10 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post Apple Footer This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. Last note addition, when I startup on another drive installed in the same computer, but with an older operating system (10.6). thanks SOOOO much, really really appreciate it !09/22/10 @ 07:38 Comment from: Kris Van de Sande [Visitor] This worked great for audio playback through avi files etc; however, this did not

SocialView gkwfm's profile on FacebookView geekwithfamily's profile on TwitterView geekwithfamily's profile on InstagramView geekwithfamily's profile on PinterestSign up for our newsletterGkwFm Design GkwFm Design CategoriesCategories Select Category Family(29) Handy Man(2) My I am new to the Mac world and I am loving it. On most (fairly recent) macs, an SPDIF fiberoptic cable will be the best solution to get the digital 5.1 signal from your mac to your home theater equipment. I still could not get everything.

somebody using yosemite can verify he has this working? I ended having to go back into DVD and change the sound output back to "System SOund Output". - At some other point, I could not get a stereo signal, and Configure Audio MIDI Setup Launch /Applications/Utilities/Audio MIDI Setup. Apple TV does its best to deliver AAC 5.1 audio to receivers using Pro Logic, and when audio systems begin supporting the modern, multichannel AAC format natively, Apple will be able

I noticed something else odd. You can get some basic info on room setup and available methods and software over on the Gearslutz Forum's post section. seems simple! Reply TomDecember 7, 2007 at 11:36 amPermalink These are great, but any chance they can be updated for Leopard?

My receiver does not detect any type of Dolby Digital signal. The problem that exists for bootleg content ripped from DVDs is that it’s stuck in a conundrum of messy crap: it’s DVD MPEG-2 / AC3 content ripped into the DivX clone I get some sound, but it's very choppy, or just pure rapid stuttering. Reply TTJanuary 15, 2008 at 10:50 pmPermalink Not sure what happened.

Can anyone tell me what am I doing wrong? http://gsdclb.org/trying-to/trying-to-play-a-avi-file-but-says-error-downloading-codec.php How can I fix this? I would prefer to get Quicktime working so I can use FrontRow. I soldier on!....

I read something about the time coding being different. Is there a solution to this that anyone knows of? Make sure that your Mac’s sound output in System Preferences (or option-click the volume widget in the menu bar) is set to Digital. http://gsdclb.org/trying-to/trying-to-play-wishbone-and-the-amazing-odyssey.php I have my mac mini connected to a projector and experience the dark image issue.

Send to Adobe Audition doesn't work because you don't get your 5.1 mix but only the soure files in a RAW new project and it takes forever... Don’t Blame QuickTime! Save. 7.

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Not only is this not working in our HD studios, I can't get it to work using a 003 either. Any ideas what I'm doing wrong? www.colorbymarc.com | colorist / post-production consultant #6 Danko Dolch View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Jul 2011 Posts 73 07-01-2012, 04:29 AM Hi Marc, I have no clue since this is my first Mac.12/23/09 @ 00:19 Comment from: Tino [Visitor]Hi Francois, thanks for your good tutorial - but I don't get it done :( First

You can still download it here, but you'll need a FCP 7 install on your computer or a QuickTime Pro serial number to make it work. Since we can send raw digital audio data over the Apple TV's optical output, can't we send DTS digitally encoded 5.1 as well? M-Audio IE-10 Professional Reference Earphones Review Craziest Hi-Fi Room Interference Ever - "Paint Does Matter" Defeat Scan Velocity Modulation to Unlock Your HDTV's Full Potential Copyright © 2017 Geek with Family. http://gsdclb.org/trying-to/trying-to-play-movies-in-safe-mode.php Since I want to use Front Row, how do I get Quicktime to cooperate?04/22/10 @ 00:56 Comment from: DreamConjuror [Visitor]Francois, I do not know if I can convey the number of

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