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I just kind of started to make Games in C++ (allegro) and in Game Maker. I was wondering a few Things How can i incorporate Surround Sound (Dolby\DTS\something) in supporting Audio Cards? or possibly Virtual Speaker? What Works Better: IrrKLANG or SDL_Mixer? and IRRLicht or OGRE - Both Feature and Graphics Also.. i have Irrlicht engine. the example code looks a lot like managed C (using namespace irr) ect, would it work on a GCC Compiler (Mingw32)? And finaly... What is the Resolution for HDTVS: 480p\720p\1080i\Not sure if supported : 1080p?

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How can i incorporate Surround Sound (Dolby\DTS\something) in supporting Audio Cards?


It would be something through directsound or something. That seems really complex for a begginning though.

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What Works Better:

IrrKLANG or SDL_Mixer? and



I'm pretty sure you need to use sdl to use sdl_mixer. Im not familiar with irrkalng.

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How can i incorporate Surround Sound (Dolby\DTS\something) in supporting Audio Cards?


It would be something through directsound or something. That seems really complex for a begginning though.



well for later on... obviously.. i can do Mono\Stereo\2.1 in my PC with no S\PIDF Connection i think up to 5.1\6.1 with that.. i don't know!~

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