Makemkv Dolby Atmos

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Hello, I just had to make an account so I could ask this real quick. I couldn't find anything related to Dolby Atmos and MakeMKV online so I figured I'd ask this here. I don't even know if this is the right section, sorry.
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Though when I download and play dolby atmos demo files that are in MP4 or m2ts my a3080 will show ATMOS on the display (you MUST use Movies & TV app or windows media player otherwise it won't play and display dolby ATMOS on the receivers display). When I download and play MKV dolby atmos video files it will not play and display in dolby atmos. With its object-based sound system, Dolby Atmos is now the benchmark for at-home surround sound. Though it took some time to catch on, the format is now supported by Ultra HD Blu-ray discs. Dolby Atmos® is a powerful audio technology that allows you to experience multi-dimensional sound with incredible clarity that envelops you in an immersive soundscape. Dolby Atmos Immerse yourself in the sound you love with Dolby Atmos Hear Dolby Atmos. Dolby Innovations. Feb 02, 2020 Dolby TrueHD 7.1 (MLP 7.1) audio files will simply output LPCM 7.1 audio it will not bitstream, I believe the only way to bitstream Dolby TrueHD files with Atmos is within the.m2ts container. Last edited: May 12, 2020.

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I work at a video store and we just got the new Transformers: Age of Extinction in and when I went to rip it I noticed there wasn't any HD audio tracks that I could find. I thought this was really strange being such a big name title but then I noticed that where most movies would have the 'DTS-HD' logo this movie actually uses the new to Blu-Ray Dolby Atmos, which from what I understand is supposed to be pretty awesome. I would assume that MakeMKV has not added support for this yet? Any ETA on that?

Handbrake Atmos

Also, is it too much to ask to atleast add an option to auto-select HD audio tracks? Kinda of annoying when I copy a whole 4 shelves of Blu-Rays/DVDs before I find out that HD tracks aren't automatically selected...