Netflix now supports Dolby Atmos on Windows 10

09 Feb 2018 | Rasmus Larsen |

Besides Xbox One and LG OLED TVs, you can now enjoy Netflix’s Dolby Atmos content from the Windows 10 app, the company has confirmed.

Dolby Atmos at home

Netflix started offering Dolby Atmos audio (not lossless) in June 2017 but it has required an Xbox One (including S & X) or LG 2017 OLED TV. You can now add Windows 10 PCs to the list.

Netflix notes that you need an updated app on Windows 10 (RS3 Build 16299 or later).

The following titles are available on Netflix in Dolby Atmos. Look for this logo: Dolby Atmos on Netflix
  • Bright
  • Altered Carbon
  • Dark
  • Okja
  • The Punisher
  • Wheelman
  • Godless
  • Meridian
  • Worm Wood
  • Step Sisters
  • Blame!
  • Mudbound
  • Death Note
  • The Cloverfield Paradox

    Netflix has slowly but surely been adding features to its Windows 10 app. About a year ago, it added support for 4K streaming and in December 2017 it added support for High Dynamic Range (HDR10).

    To enjoy 4K, HDR, and Dolby Atmos you must subscribe to the company's most expensive “4 Screens + Ultra HD” plan.

    LG’s upcoming 2018 OLED TVs and ‘Super UHD’ LCD TVs will also support Dolby Atmos.

    - Source: Netflix



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