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  1. Hi, I have my Apple TV HD set to play Dolby Digital 5.1, and am trying to play media ripped from DVD into mkv h264 ac3. It is playing back as PCM. I have tried playing Dolby content from the Apple TV+ app, and it works fine. I believe this to be an issue with the Emby Theatre app. I am aware that mp4, mov and m4v are natively supported by the Apple TV. Emby Server is direct streaming to mp4 from what I can see. ffmpeg-directstream-b9a0b094-32e1-4d53-997b-8328c1cd5e67_1.txt
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    PCM Option?

    Anyway to have a PCM option for lossless files....sound quality is important to me so keeping the bits intact would be nice. Transcoding to mp3 or aac is still throwing bits away and degrades the sound quality. I purposely ripped my CD's to flac for a reason.
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