Netflix will use Sennheiser’s new audio technology, called Ambeo 2-Channel Spatial Audio. This converts stereo sound into spatial sound without the need for special equipment. Season 4 of Stanger Things may begin.
With Ambeo 2-Channel Spatial Audio, stereo audio, which by default consists of two audio channels, is converted into spatial audio. That will According to Sennheiser Also use two audio channels. It will also allow content creators to customize the implementation of spatial audio. The technology works with the most common file formats used in filmmaking.
Ambeo 2-Channel Spatial Audio works on any stereo sound system, and according to Sennheiser, it doesn’t matter if it’s a TV, headphones, tablet or laptop. Therefore, a special sound system, equipped for spatial sound, is not necessary for this technology.
The new audio technology was developed in collaboration with Netflix and other industry partners. The US broadcasting giant will now apply Ambeo 2-Channel Spatial Audio to Season 4 of the Stranger Things series, the Netflix movie Red Notice, The Witcher, and the upcoming live-action Resident Evil series. Netflix subscribers do not have to enable the functionality manually, Netflix does this automatically with titles that use Ambeo 2. Sennheiser states that it licenses the technology to interested companies.
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