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Infuse for Apple TV gains limited Dolby Atmos (E-AC3) support

12 Feb 2020 | Rasmus Larsen |

Infuse version 6.3 adds support for Dolby Atmos (Dolby Digital Plus), making it the first media player app for Apple TV to support both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos.

Dolby Atmos support

Together with Plex, Infuse is a popular media player for Apple TV and the team behind the app has been adding new features on a regular basis. The latest update (version 6.3) adds support for Dolby Atmos in Dolby Digital Plus (E-AC3), which is the version of Dolby Atmos used mainly for streaming video. At this time, Infuse does not support Dolby Atmos in lossless Dolby TrueHD, which is the version found on physical media. - "Infuse's arsenal of codecs is now a little bit bigger with the addition of Dolby Atmos (E-AC3)," said Firecore. "With this new update, Infuse becomes the first and only 3rd party video player app on iOS or Apple TV to feature full support for both Dolby Vision (single-layer) and Dolby Atmos (E-AC3). Hooray!" Dolby Atmos in Infuse is supported on Apple TV 4K and compatible iOS devices.

 Infuse 6

In addition, the update includes support for variable speed playback, allowing the user to "set a custom speed of your own in increments of 0.05x". It also includes various bug fixes and improvements. Infuse version 6.3 is a free update for Infuse 6 users.

Infuse version 6.3

NEW Dolby Atmos (E-AC3) Variable-speed playback IMPROVED Faster seek and resume times Improved reliability of Plex connections Improved app launch times for large libraries FIXED Resolved issues with deleted items appearing in playlists Resolved issues with watched indicators Resolved issues with Plex & Trakt watch status sync Other minor fixes

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