Amazing man, thats what i need, "able in some part unlock Atmos for Home Theatre on SPDIF". How can i do it? i have the Dolby Atmos for headphones paid version( i buy it years ago).@teaykhuad, I have not started with the OEM universal Dolby APO, I gave Alan the info but I am not sure what he's done with it.
Alan's version is a fair amount different in programming than the OEM universal one, which uses different FX.
Support for it most certainly can be added (if not already present), however a self licensing app is not likely.
@MathePro, yes with some modifications, I was able in some part unlock Atmos for Home Theatre on SPDIF for example.
@skbak, that's one for Alan, as this is not my driver package, I can assure you if things are up-to-date with DTS, its not DTS.
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The only issue I am having for now is with the Smart Amp, sometimes even being on and at level 3, it sounds like level 1 (not sure if it happens after I change input) or deactivated, then I have to switch level and switch back do level 3 to get higher volume, any tip to fix it or keep always on 3? Thanks.
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I have another question, how can I get ASIO working in foobar2000? It's set there but musics does not play.
Alan can probably do it with just the FX system, else you need to trick Windows into thinking the analogue portion is HDMI, which is much harder to make work properly.
I still have not worked on the Dolby APO yet, I minorly scratched it with Alans files. I'm trying to push SPDIF with Windows and DTS-Dolby, its 125mpbs.
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There's a difference from the space between your ears with a headphone (where it sticked to the head) and a audio system (where it's farthest), and so, it's not the same emulating or creating virtual surround on a headphone that on a audio system.Amazing, i think Dolby doesnt do that cause they dont want to spend any mney u know, its not proft for then. i mean, u can do "virtual surround dolby atmos on any headphones", but not on a normal 5.1ch system??? how thats make sense? imagine that, they call it a "object audio" so it doesnt matter how many channels u have cause its all on a virtual plane and the decoder says how much sound each speaker gnna get, on a old system of surround sound each channl had its own track. so, its way easy to do that on pc and just send to a discret 5.1/7.1 ch system, but they dont wanna that. If u see now, u have to pay a good amount to have atmos, so why im gonna buy a expensive system if i can steel using my old one?
The sound blaster tools are basically the same as far as functions in different orderly ways, in my case i use sound blaster 720 which allows me to activate 7.1.Hello. I was wondering what the differences were between Creative 360, 720, and Cinema 5? I tried using all of them but couldnt really notice a big difference. Is one of them better than the others in your opinion? Also basically the same question but with Dolby Atmos Speaker System vs Dolby Atmos for Gaming. Again I didnt really notice a big difference. Thanks for this package, btw. I love it!
It would be great to have something new for dolbyIf Alan merges his files with the OEM data, he should be able to unlock all the Dolby apps, however self licensing might be harder. I have not tried it myself.