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Digitally extracted stereo audio tutorials?

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Hi,
One of my future projects is of a 1080p HD AI upscale of the obscure 1972 British musical movie, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, taken from the region-free 2005 Oracle DVD. It will be slowed down to its proper speed of 23.976 fps and have the gamma and colors corrected, a Dolby TrueHD digitally extracted stereo track, and the original 2.0 mono track. Are there any tutorials online on how to make digitally extracted stereo tracks? I can’t seem to find any.

Thanks!

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Hi James76, I only just posted on a thread (mkv to MP4) about a program call avidemux. It should do what you are looking for, once a video file is loaded in press on the audio tab and then select track, another screen will come up showing available audio sources, select the one you want (you can leave as is or configure it to downmix or change codec) simply press ok the select save audio set your destination and file name.

Hope that helps you out.

Here is a link
https://www.avidemux.co.uk

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Atom-88 said:

Hi James76, I only just posted on a thread (mkv to MP4) about a program call avidemux. It should do what you are looking for, once a video file is loaded in press on the audio tab and then select track, another screen will come up showing available audio sources, select the one you want (you can leave as is or configure it to downmix or change codec) simply press ok the select save audio set your destination and file name.

Hope that helps you out.

Here is a link
https://www.avidemux.co.uk

I have Avidemux, but it’s probably not what I want to use for converting mono tracks to stereo anyways. Thanks, anyway!