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ShobuPrime posted a topic in Emby TheaterGood morning, I'm writing this because I wanted to highlight an issue I've been having with the Surface Pro X, which is a Windows on ARM always-connected device. The issues I'm having with the app are: It seems downmixing is not working properly for 5.1 and 7.1 audio. Audio sounds very, very low despite ensuring all settings such as the volume bar and system volume are maxed out Content with stereo audio sounds normal as far as I can tell Playback of any video over Cellular plays for about 0.5seconds, then freezes. It will continue pausing and playing like a delayed stutter with a few seconds in between. If I switch to Wi-Fi, the content will play at normal speeds, but the audio depending on the content will still be low.I've already verified cellular speeds were more then enough for playbackI've tried it with the eSIM and nanoSIM Playback through Edge Chromium and Firefox <both of them ARM64 builds> are normal. I would like to use Emby Theater for the better integrated syncing/downloading options and other benefits it provides. Since there already is an official ARM64 build, I'm wondering if some attention can be given to this issue. Thanks for your time.
Hi Emby Community, New to Emby - finally abandoned Plex after weeks of frustration. Running Emby server on an iMac 5K 2017 with Mojave 10.14.2, and trying to play media using the Apple TV 4K (latest OS and Emby app installed). For some television shows, Emby is identifying the episode's audio track as being: AAC 5.1 - but during playback via Apple TV, audio appears to be coming in as Stereo. Have tested other television series and movies, and those appear to be coming through fine in either 5.1 or even 7.1 in some instances. Is there a setting to stop audio being downmixed and force the native track to be sent through? The video files were all rendered by me using Handbrake and the same settings during the rendering, so I cannot figure out why select files would be downmixed to stereo versus others. Appreciate any insights or advice! Cheers