Component detection

Audio streams that have multiple channels can be saved in two ways; alls channels into one file (called interleaved) or every channel into an individual ‘mono’ file. If the audio consists of multiple mono files, these files should indicate which channel the represent. You can change these indication tags manually. By default they’re as follows:

<tr>
    <td>left</td>
    <td>.l.:_L.:_StL.</td>
    <td>filename.l.wav<br/>filename_L.wav<br/>filename_StL.wav</td>
</tr>

<tr>
    <td>right</td>
    <td>.r.:_R.:_StR.</td>
    <td>filename.r.wav<br/>filename_R.wav<br/>filename_StR.wav</td>
</tr>

<tr>
    <td>center</td>
    <td>.c.:_C.</td>
    <td>filename.c.wav<br/>filename_C.wav</td>
</tr>

<tr>
    <td>LFE</td>
    <td>.lf.:.lfe.:_LF.:_LFE.</td>
    <td>filename.lf.wav<br/>filename.lfe.wav<br/>filename_LF.wav<br/>filename_LFE.wav</td>
</tr>

<tr>
    <td>left surround</td>
    <td>.ls.:_LS.</td>
    <td>filename.ls.wav<br/>filename_LS.wav</td>
</tr>

<tr>
    <td>right surround</td>
    <td>.rs.:_RS.</td>
    <td>filename.rs.wav<br/>filename_RS.wav</td>
</tr>
CHANNEL DEFAULT VALUE FILENAME

'Component detection' shows you the file name tags that will be detected to identify stereo/surround content in multiple mono files.

Here you can also add your own custom surround filename tags. Separate the tags by a colon sign (:).