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  1. Interesting could you explain how to do that with an action module? My receiver is connected to my network
  2. Yea I am bitstreaming the movie in Dolby atmos. I noticed the lower volume a lot with Disney properties (Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar) so I did not not know if it was a self contained issue. I am wondering now my system uses CEC. Is there a way to send a CEC command to my receiver to turn the volume up from CV?
  3. So I was watching Black Panther last night (RIP Chadwick Boseman) and I noticed the volume of the movie was a lot lower compared to the bumpers and trailers that played before it so I have to crank it up on my receiver several decibels. Is there a way to automate the volume in a sequence so when the movie starts the volumes goes to a specific level on the receiver?
  4. I’ve had the same exact issue too. I thought it was just me. So basically if I make a sequence, save it, then edit or modify it and save as a new name, it keeps the existing sequence name and puts the new name in parentheses. Example: Sequence: Family Scope 5.1 New Sequence after I have modified it and saved it as a new file: Family Scope 5.1 (Family Scope Atmos)
  5. I wouldn't say its useless but there are definitely some bugs that need to be addressed and fixed whenever time permits. There has not seem to have been a major update to this in some time.
  6. I am actually not using audio detection in the traditional sense. If I have an atmos movie on the audio bumper tab I just select atmos rather than let it detect because I was running into problems with it thinking it was just standard dolby digital for some reason on auto-detect and yes I do have atmos in the filename. I still have not figured out why that is happening either.
  7. Glad someone brought this up because I am having issues with this as well. I tag my movies by Genre-aspect ratio-sound format. Example if I have a movie like Avenger: Infinity War, it is tagged Superhero-2.35-Atmos. If I have another movie like Harry Potter that is just in 5.1, its Fantasy-2.35-5.1 For the most part, I can get a sequence to show up but if say I have movie that is Superhero-2.35-7.1 the other sequence that is atmos will show up rather then the correct one. I also use TMM to manage my media.

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