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Old December 10th, 2015, 03:47 PM   #1
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Creating a DVD with 5.1 mix from flattened quicktime file

If one has a flattened quicktime file and wants to create a DVD with a 5.1 mix from it, using compressor or adobe media encoder.

What does that flattened .mov file need to have audio wise? If it has 6 discrete channels, can I then take that, and create a 5.1 mix with one of the above programs? Or does the MOV file need to be 5.1 from the start?
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