Julien Claassen a écrit :
just to add +0.5 cent..
my little knowledge on surround sound may be far outdated, but as far
as i know, "surround" sound has always been 2 channels (inner surround
channel is sort of "computed"). So, to me, mplayer reports something
right. Surround sound decoding can even be done with analog method.
> So how can I grab the different channels, to make a binaural version of it.
half reply: for inner surround channel retrieving, no real standard.
just different (close) methods year over year. maybe some trademark or
label may help to find the appropriate method. But generaly, this is
more or less like:
Left = orig-left + surr-effect
Right = orig-right - surr-effect
surr-effect depends on l, r, context.
The real problem is to know the signification of the content of the
surround part in order to do something relevant with it for the binaural
(or other) purpose.
> I seem to remember that csound should be capable of that. But first of all I