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Making Audio Enhancers Work on Windows

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So once I finish installing a fresh Windows 10, download the runtimes, then APO driver and Dolby Atmos for gaming and try installing it right?
After installation of windows 10

Tell me, I will show you clear simple instructions for Dolby Atmos gaming

This time it should work

yes i would too be interested in this.can you make one with 192khz please
Yes, I can, download it when I share it
 
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After installation of windows 10

Tell me, I will show you clear simple instructions for Dolby Atmos gaming

This time it should work
ok will do. It will take some time to fully delete and reinstall Windows 10
 
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ok will do. It will take some time to fully delete and reinstall Windows 10
Take your time

Right After installing Windows 10

First install latest updates to windows 10 in update setting

Then, enable Developer mode, it will take some time to download & install

Install UWP .NET Framework v1.6 & 1.7

Now after update & developer mode, reboot pc

Now install audio enhancer
 
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Take your time

Right After installing Windows 10

First install latest updates to windows 10 in update setting

Then, enable Developer mode, it will take some time to download & install

Install UWP .NET Framework v1.6 & 1.7

Now after update & developer mode, reboot pc

Now install audio enhancer
What about the APO driver?
 
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24bits 192000hz I tried it, but it is not crispy as 48000, it needs full audio chip support, Realtek chips delivers good sounds with 48000 not with 192000hz, if I make one for 24bits 192000hz it's useless, because Dolby UWP Apps natively supports 24bits 48000hz
So you can't make one for 24bit 192000hz.
You both do not understand how the sample rate works.

Sample rate 24/192 only works when you have 24 / 192khz sound files not lost. If you choose the 24bit / 192khz sample, you must also have a 24bit / 192khz audio file. So you can feel the Hi-res sound.

You can not select 24bit / 192khz, while playing music on youtube or mp3 and lossless 16bit / 44khz. It will not generate Hi-res audio.

Remember, sampling is the port that allows sound output instead of creating better sound. If you want better sound, you need to find high resolution files

Also, you need an audio speaker that can play 24bit / 192kHz audio and the ability to hear the difference. You need to have the wires connected in the audio system so that the sound can emit the best
 
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First install windows 10

I will show instructions after that

APO Driver is must
Okay I got Dolby Atmos for gaming installed and it works. So far it doesn't sound loud and clear as the regular Dolby Atmos uwp app. I think Now I just need the custom XML file
 
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You both do not understand how the sample rate works.

Sample rate 24/192 only works when you have 24 / 192khz sound files not lost. If you choose the 24bit / 192khz sample, you must also have a 24bit / 192khz audio file. So you can feel the Hi-res sound.

You can not select 24bit / 192khz, while playing music on youtube or mp3 and lossless 16bit / 44khz. It will not generate Hi-res audio.

Remember, sampling is the port that allows sound output instead of creating better sound. If you want better sound, you need to find high resolution files

Also, you need an audio speaker that can play 24bit / 192kHz audio and the ability to hear the difference. You need to have the wires connected in the audio system so that the sound can emit the best
Hey man I already knew it, but I was not able to explain it clearly

Are u a Sound Engineer ?

Okay I got Dolby Atmos for gaming installed and it works. So far it doesn't sound loud and clear as the regular Dolby Atmos uwp app. I think Now I just need the custom XML file
So, Dolby Atmos Gaming is running ok

Here is the Default.xml, download the attached file

Don't copy other xml. only default.xml is supported

After copying restart dolbydax services from task manager

Results May vary

Test it & tell me it's results
 

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Hey man I already knew it, but I was not able to explain it clearly

Are u a Sound Engineer ?



So, Dolby Atmos Gaming is running ok

Here is the Default.xml, download the attached file

Don't copy other xml. only default.xml is supported

After copying restart dolbydax services from task manager

Results May vary

Test it & tell me it's results

too loud for me :p I like more bass
 
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too loud for me :p I like more bass
Hey man I already knew it, but I was not able to explain it clearly

Are u a Sound Engineer ?



So, Dolby Atmos Gaming is running ok

Here is the Default.xml, download the attached file

Don't copy other xml. only default.xml is supported

After copying restart dolbydax services from task manager

Results May vary

Test it & tell me it's results
Which of the XML files you use? since you said Dolby Atmos for Gaming is better than the other Dolby apps in sound quality.
 
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I use Balanced preset

You first try attached config

This is Crispier + Higher Volume

Then tell me if there is any issue
So far I am loving this high quality preset. Optimized for 19200hz And 5.1.
 
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