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Vudu vs. Apple for Dolby Digital Plus

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    Vudu vs. Apple for Dolby Digital Plus

    Has anyone noticed that NON-ATMOS titles on Vudu are almost always in DD+, whereas the same titles on Apple/iTunes are usually just regular DD? Why is that? I notice on other services like Netflix/HBO it’s usually always DD+ as well. Why is Apple lacking so much?

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    Originally posted by bossland9 View Post
    Has anyone noticed that NON-ATMOS titles on Vudu are almost always in DD+, whereas the same titles on Apple/iTunes are usually just regular DD? Why is that? I notice on other services like Netflix/HBO it’s usually always DD+ as well. Why is Apple lacking so much?
    If you play the Apple titles using the Apple TV app on a Roku or a Fire TV device you will notice that most of them are also DD+.

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      My experience with Apple TV is that it is superior in both sound and video on my OLED TV. I haven't noticed that it's lacking in DD+. So, I don't know, I think it depends a lot on each individual setup.

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        #4
        My understanding is that DD+ does not necessarily mean a higher quality audio stream. From what I remember DD+ has more advanced compression so it allows more audio storage with less bandwidth. So it depends on the provider and how they encode - they can just simply take the equivalent of a Dolby Digital stream and compress it smaller or they can take up more space and expand the audio quality.

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          #5
          What is the difference between DD+ and regular DD?

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            #6
            Originally posted by burdell1 View Post
            What is the difference between DD+ and regular DD?
            DD+ can be higher bitrate than DD but more importantly it is more efficient at compressing audio. DD+ also allows for Atmos metadata. DD+ will not work over optical but will work over ARC. TrueHD is lossless and won't work over optical or ARC, only via a direct connection or with newer eARC.

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              #7
              Originally posted by bossland9 View Post
              Has anyone noticed that NON-ATMOS titles on Vudu are almost always in DD+, whereas the same titles on Apple/iTunes are usually just regular DD? Why is that? I notice on other services like Netflix/HBO it’s usually always DD+ as well. Why is Apple lacking so much?
              It may be you have the Apple TV box were it converts to DD, without conversion, it sends out multi-channel PCM, the Atmos.

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