Upmixing/upconverting to Dolby Atmos possible ?

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  1. Soxbrother

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    Hello,

    Maybe a stupid question, but here it goes :

    Is it possible to have Dolby Atmos coming from my Soundbar, when the video file doesn't have a Dolby Atmos track ?
    So to upconvert the audio to Dolby Atmos, like I've read an Xbox does ?

    I use Windows 10 and I use LAV audio decoder.

    Thanks in advance.


     
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    yes and no
    only amplifier have the option to emulate an dolby atmos from non dolby atmos track.

    edit : or maybe use windows :
    How to Use Dolby Atmos Surround Sound on Windows 10
     
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