Q: I've got an MKV with EAC3 audio codec that won't play on my receiver. Can I convert the audio of this file with a do-it-all program that will demux and remux the video with AC3 instead? I have AVC Pro, which does a good job of converting the audio, but it will downmix from 5.1 (or even 7.1) to stereo.
A: EAC3, also known as Enhanced AC-3 or Dolby Digital Plus, is the successor to Dolby Digital (AC-3). EAC3 is a digital audio compression format typically found in MKV, M2TS or other multimedia container formats. However, many media players and portable devices do not support EAC3 decoding. As a result, you may find that your video files are voiceless while playing. To solve this problem, we need to convert Dolby Digital Plus to Dolby Digital. This article will teach you how to solve EAC3 AC3 conversion issue and keep 5.1 channel at the same time.
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