Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Trailer 3 1080p PCM, DTS, and AC3 5.1 3


Spider Man: Homecoming (2017)

Spider Man: Homecoming (2017)

There is no stereo up-conversion here, as Sony provided (as they almost always do) independent stereo tracks for music, dialogue and effects – which I have taken the time to mix just for visitors of this site. I hope you like the nice panning effect as Spidey yells “Cannon ball!” as he swings into the pool. Also, I am not sure what all the fuss was about over this trailer. It didn’t seem to give any more away that most other trailers. But if you have not watched it, and want to remain spoiler free – then you may want to avoid it. If you are willing to take the risk, you can find Trailer 3 (Trailer C) at the Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) page.

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3 thoughts on “Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Trailer 3 1080p PCM, DTS, and AC3 5.1

  • Shrey Tyagi

    Hello Sir, nice panning effects. Can u please mail me the 3 stereo tracks you mentioned (dialogue, effect, music) seperately. I also mix surround sound and I am good at it. I will replace it with some indian music and do the hindi dubbing myself, thalen I will also add surround panning. I will show it to my friends and family. I have done such dubs before too. It would be a great help. Thanks.

    My id is tyagi.shrey@gmail.com

    Using your pcm5.1 file, I did the dub of the first trailer 4 months ago. You can have a look at the dub. I made it in Stereo only because no one other than me in my friend circle has a hometheatre like me (Notice the agressive stereo panning I’ve done)

    Here is the link:
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B11LvKsYVwuwVGhsRXMzeGx1SG8/view?usp=drivesdk

  • Jan

    Next time you have independent tracks, could you mix more foley / effects into the center track? I mean they kind of belong together with the vocals, right? And most of them don’t make use of a stereo effect…

    • Shrey Tyagi

      Right. Maybe he should DPL2 for effects tracks, and do manual panning for vocals while the music can be left untouched in the front and surrounds (just like he does it now). GraphStudio is a good software that lets us upmix stereo tracks as lossless 5.1 DPL2 raw files.