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Add Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos*

Game developers for Xbox*, Windows* desktop, and Universal Windows Platform (UWP) can now use Windows Sonic*—a set of Windows spatial audio APIs—to deliver Dolby Atmos* surround sound. Dolby Atmos brings the element of height to your game, making your gaming experience more immersive and realistic.

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Immersive Sound for Every Gamer

Dolby Atmos is supported by nearly every home audio system produced over the past three years. Any gamer can also get Dolby Atmos sound on any set of headphones with the Dolby Access App.

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Use Your Favorite Engine or Audio Middleware

Dolby Atmos and Windows Sonic are fully supported by popular game engines and middleware such as Unity*, FMOD*, and Wwise*.

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Build a Windows Desktop Game

Any PC with Windows® 10 and powered by Intel can deliver Dolby Atmos audio to your audio and video receiver over HDMI.

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Build UWP Apps

Windows Sonic support is also integrated into Microsoft Media Foundation*. Apps that use Media Foundation can successfully play premixed Dolby Atmos content with no additional implementation.

More About Dolby Atmos and Dolby Audio

Use Microsoft Edge* to be sure you hear Dolby Audio, and check out some samples.

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Use Dolby on Any Project Powered by Intel® Technology

The Dolby Atmos format is a natural match for multicore Intel® processors. With more processing power, Dolby Atmos can deliver dynamic objects to improve the realism of your game. For more information, visit Dolby Developer.