It is super demanding to convert surround to a binaural recording and Dolby don't have a program for that but they do have stuff to make a virtual surround recording, it is a RELAY BIG DIFFERENT between the three things.
Virtual surround is a way to APPROXIMATE surround. (Can be implemented in games)
Binaural recording is a way to RECORD stereo as we hear it. (Need special equipment)
"Emulated" surround is a AUDIO EFFECT that try to amplify audio clues that we listens for to hear direction. (It don't work on anything that isn't a recording)