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|Aud-X is the name of very efficient mp3 5.1 (surround) sound encoder and decoder. For a long time people converted DVDs to Divx/Xvid with mp3 stereo sound. The main Aud-X project task was to bring to people an easy technology for encoding Divx/Xvid movies with 5.1 sound the same way they used to do it with the simple mp3 stereo encoders.
1.24 (August 21, 2007)
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Wow! Now that I have your attention, I would like to say that Aud-x is a good way to go if you want to save some room for your video as compared to audio. It sounds good. By the way it is free! Keep up the good work Aud-x.. The audio from Ac3 to Aud-x is great. But, it is tricky what ffdshow you use. I suggest this ffdshow version ffdshow_rev621_20061203. You can find it here http://sourceforge.net/project/downloading.php?gr ... e&73289594
Very good tool, about my only real gripe with it, is it's speed...i know that will eventually be worked on, but for now, it does what it says it does, and it works very well...but it took around an hour and a half to encode a 2 hour audio stream (using a rather powerful computer at that) whereas regular mp3 encoding takes a fraction of that time.......give it a few more versions and i'll bet this will be a bit more known about than what it is right now...
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