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3dsnar 30th January 2006 12:56 PM

Aud-X Dolby Pro Logic II compatible
 
The newest version of our codec (1.1) for HGHQ encoding option
is mp3 backwards compatible. The mp3 stereofile is now downmixed with
accordance to DPLII matrix, thus when reproduced by ProLogicII decoder
should result in multichannel signal.

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When reproduced with Aud-X decoder, Aud-X algorithms are used
to reconstruct the complete 5.1 panorama.

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To download it, please visit
www.aud-x.com

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Thanks to Doom9 users for all valuable suggestions and comments,
which resulted in these modifications.

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Digiface 30th January 2006 04:42 PM

what's the main differences between aud-x and AC3 Filter? is there sound quality differences ? and big question,is aud-x better than AC3 Filter? :roll:

3dsnar 30th January 2006 05:42 PM

Aud-X is a new coding technology (alternative to AC3).

So you can encode surround sound with Aud-X codec with
for example 128 kbps (which is much lower than AC3).

Original AC3 normally is 448 kbps. So converting the movie
sound track from AC3 to Aud-X results in saving several hundreds
of megabytes.

Aud-X DirectShow decoder is compatible with AC3filter
(both can work together), so they are not alternative to each other.

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Aud-X stream is mp3 backwards compatible.
This means that you can play it as a normal (stereo or mono)
mp3 on any equipment which.
Whe you use our software, full 5.1 panorama will be produced
from the stream.

Creating movies with Aud-X is very easy,
since we have released a special edition of VirtualDubMod
which is compatible with our encoder.

Please visit www.aud-x.com to download
the VDM and our coded and read more.


If you have further questions,
I'd be happy to answer


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