RE: QuickTime 7 = Surround!


Subject: RE: QuickTime 7 = Surround!
From: Reid, David (david.reid@ntu.ac.uk)
Date: Sat Jul 30 2005 - 12:56:40 EDT


Ned - hi -

I have not been able to test your QT surround clip yet as my studio is in chaos, I am moving it and setting up a surround system on the mac, would you believe it. I will play the mov in a day or so. I did not know about QT 7 and surround sound - could you point me in the direction to locate the facility and info on it,

thanks

David Reid

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-cec-conference@concordia.ca on behalf of Ned Bouhalassa
Sent: Sat 30-Jul-05 16:18
To: CECDiscuss
Subject: QuickTime 7 = Surround!
 
Hello friends,

I'm very happy to say that I've been trying out QuickTime 7's new
surround audio feature: FANTASTIC! Once you have your 6 tracks of audio
ready, all you have to do is turn them into MP3s or AACs (for internet,
you might forego AIFF or WAV).

For those of you who have QuickTime 7 and a surround setup connected to
your computer, here's a 3 1/2-minute excerpt from a work-in-progress ea
piece. You should hear the first 15 seconds on the Centre speaker,
after which all the speakers should kick in. Note that it's saved as a
.mov, not as a .mp3 or .aac:

http://nedfx.com/audio/electro/NedUrbanSurround.mov

Let me know if it works on your system. I'm a Mac user, but I'm curious
if this also works on a PC (it should).

Ned

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       Ned Bouhalassa

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