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Hey guys, how do you get CinemaVision to read the proper Audio Format with Atmos? My files are tagged with .atmos. in the filename. The Atmos info is always on top of a specific audio format like TrueHD or DolbyDigital+ so how can i tell CinemaVison to play the Atmos bumper?

Any help would be great! :) Thanks!

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10 hours ago, cosmicsecret said:

Hey guys, how do you get CinemaVision to read the proper Audio Format with Atmos? My files are tagged with .atmos. in the filename. The Atmos info is always on top of a specific audio format like TrueHD or DolbyDigital+ so how can i tell CinemaVison to play the Atmos bumper?

Any help would be great! :) Thanks!

The Element bumper hasn't been put on a demo disk just yet, and I haven't been able to find it up for download with the correct lossless Atmos audio track. The best I have been able to find is a copy in 1080p with Dolby Digital 5.1 audio.  I'm not planning on putting Element up on the site until a lossless version with the correct audio is released. :) If you put Atmos, DTS-X, or Auro-3D in the file name, CinemaVision will recognize the tag and play the appropriate bumper. Once official support for those formats becomes avilable, we'll remove those tags and pull the actual audio format. 

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10 minutes ago, Ragnarok said:

*****If you put Atmos, DTS-X, or Auro-3D in the file name, CinemaVision will recognize the tag and play the appropriate bumper. Once official support for those formats becomes avilable, we'll remove those tags and pull the actual audio format. 

Sadly it doesnt. It has Atmos in the Folder and Filename. No Audiobumper is played it goes directly to the main feature (movie). :-/

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2 minutes ago, cosmicsecret said:

Sadly it doesnt. It has Atmos in the Folder and Filename. No Audiobumper is played it goes directly to the main feature (movie). :-/

I should have been more specific... :) The tag has to be in the filename of your movie, and the Atmos (or whatever) bumper has to be in the appropriate directory under %CVROOT%\Audio Format Bumpers. Once that's done, and your library is updated to reflect the changes to the name of the movie, update content in CinemaVision settings. Then you just need to drop the Audio Format Bumper Module in your Sequence and it should work with the default settings.

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9 minutes ago, Ragnarok said:

I should have been more specific... :) The tag has to be in the filename of your movie, and the Atmos (or whatever) bumper has to be in the appropriate directory under %CVROOT%\Audio Format Bumpers. Once that's done, and your library is updated to reflect the changes to the name of the movie, update content in CinemaVision settings. Then you just need to drop the Audio Format Bumper Module in your Sequence and it should work with the default settings.

Alright,

what i was doing wrong was not to Update the library in the settings of CinemaVision.
After i had updated the content its working now! Thanks a lot :)
This is sooo much fun now :):):)

 

 

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5 hours ago, cosmicsecret said:

Alright,

what i was doing wrong was not to Update the library in the settings of CinemaVision.
After i had updated the content its working now! Thanks a lot :)
This is sooo much fun now :):):)

 

 

Enjoy! :D

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Hi, do filenames still need to have the name of the audio format in them in order for it to be recognized automatically?

If so, would there be a future enhancement to get that metadata from somewhere else than the filename?

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On 8/9/2018 at 5:33 PM, Fisherman456 said:

Hi, do filenames still need to have the name of the audio format in them in order for it to be recognized automatically?

If so, would there be a future enhancement to get that metadata from somewhere else than the filename?

Currently, For Atmos, DTS:X and Auro-3D they do. Everything else automatically passes through if you have your AVR and Kodi configured for the audio format. Once Kodi supports the newest audio formats, we'll drop the filename tagging and just use detection like we do with the other audio formats.

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