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When you're ready to export your surround project, the process is the same as exporting a regular stereo file. Just choose File > Export > Multitrack Mixdown > Entire Session. After naming your file and choosing a location to save it, you choose your format. Again, if you want an uncompressed file, choose Wave, and it should automatically default to exporting a single 5.1 surround file. But again, you can click Change here and choose the Export Stereo or Mono versions of the tracks as well, and of course, you can also export the individual tracks and surround as well if you need to.
So exporting a surround file isn't really different than exporting any other file. Just make your selections in here and click OK. And once your file has been exported, it should play through any 5.1 Surround Sound System.
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