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Short answer is no. If your AVI already has 5.1 AC3, ConvertXtoDVD will preserve it. If you just have 2 channel MP3 then you will get 2 channel AC3 from ConvertXtoDVD. Which is fair enough if you think about it - where is it going to create the other channels from ?
That said, DVD Flick does have an upmix option that attempt to create a 5.1 mix from mono or stereo sources. You could give this a try if you want. However, if your amplifier has Dolby ProLogic II, it will do a much better job of creating a fake surround field than most software upmix techniques.Read my blog here.