Qyot27 wrote:Does Final Cut recognize it if you use PCM instead of AC3? Let DGIndex decode the audio to WAV when you run it through there.
After everything's done and exported, then I'd recommend either using Aften to encode back to 5.1 AC3 (only if you've manipulated the audio in any way, of course; otherwise just use the original audio file) or use either oggenc or oggdropXP'd (through Wine) to handle encoding it to 5.1 Vorbis. I think Nero's AAC encoder supports 5.1 input/output, but I've never tried.
ffmpeg -i "audio.ac3" -acodec pcm_s16le -f aiff "output.aiff"
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