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output 5.1 sound and stereo sound at the same time in Premiere

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Aug 23, 2023 Aug 23, 2023

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Hello. What I want to do is this: I want to get a stereo output in a channel with 5.1 surround. So that both 5.1 and stereo alternatives are available for the same sound file. For example, the person who has a 5.1 sound system at home should be able to activate this option and use it. 5.1 sound system should be able to activate the stereo sound in the same file and continue. I don't know how to do this, it is not found in any healthy source. To summarize, the output audio file will have both 5.1 audio and stereo audio. I've been looking for a long time and couldn't find it. Please help.

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Adobe Employee , Aug 24, 2023 Aug 24, 2023

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This is something that is not supported in most audio file formats, and even after you found a format that does support this you would need the player software to also recognize the multiple audio tracks and do something like let the user choose. 

 

But Premiere Pro will let you do this if you choose an output format that supports this. If you make an 8 channel sequence and you choose Quicktime during export, you can make channel groups of stereo and 5.1 and assign the 8 channels appropriat

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Hi -

This is something that is not supported in most audio file formats, and even after you found a format that does support this you would need the player software to also recognize the multiple audio tracks and do something like let the user choose. 

 

But Premiere Pro will let you do this if you choose an output format that supports this. If you make an 8 channel sequence and you choose Quicktime during export, you can make channel groups of stereo and 5.1 and assign the 8 channels appropriately. 

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