public final class SOFTDirectChannels extends java.lang.ObjectNative bindings to the SOFT_direct_channels extension.
This extension allows a multi-channel source to play without virtualized output speakers. By default, OpenAL requires buffer channels to be down-mixed to the output channel configuration, possibly using HRTF or other virtualization techniques to give a sense of speakers that may not be physically present. Sometimes audio tracks are authored with their own spatialization effects, where the AL's virtualization methods can cause a notable decrease in audio quality.
This extension provides a mechanism for applications to specify whether audio should be filtered according to the AL's channel virtualization rules for multi-channel buffers.
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