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Old 30-07-2020, 12:35 PM   #8
Clearnfc
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The fuss free way would be either a Blu ray player since most
have USB input.
However depending on the video file whether does it contain
Dolby Atmos or not.

PS try not to discuss blu ray rip/downloaded movies here.
Want best Dolby Atmos would be either Blu ray disc, Netflix
or Apple TV.

Windows 10 have Dolby Access (Paid app not free),
this is to enable Dolby Atmos for certain games or application like Netflix.
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/do...ot:overviewtab

Due to piracy thus it is not available to other applications.
Dolby and DTS are surround format and manufacturer need to pay for their license and certification which is not cheap.

Unlikely you find a application whether free or not that can decode Dolby lossless except Dolby Digital or DTS Surround which Windows supports.
Thanks for the reply.

Regarding the windows app, i think its free if you are using and avr for atmos (using home theater option). Only the headphone option need to pay.

Also want to thank everyone for their advice. I think i have cause enough trouble here..lol..time to go back to where i belong...

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