Netflix is expanding its support for spatial audio technology introduced in July last year to several other titles on the platform. The company says it owns more than 700 titles. This feature is only available to Premium subscribers.
Spatial audio feature support will also be added to popular new titles as they appear in the future, Netflix writes. These include You, Your Place or Mine, Luther: The Fallen Sun, and Tour de France. So it doesn’t seem like every new production automatically gets support, but only the most popular titles.
According to Netflix, the technology should provide the most cinematic sound experience on any device, without the need for special equipment like speakers around and above the listening position. last year Brought The streaming platform launches technology co-developed with Sennheiser for the first time; It was then available with the Stranger Things series, among others.
This is a technology from Sennheiser, called Ambeo 2-Channel Spatial Audio. This converts stereo audio consisting of two audio channels into spatial audio while still using two channels.
Netflix introduces a second innovation for premium customers. Now they can download series and movies on more different devices. The maximum number of devices goes from four to six.
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