Then how is it possible you're having a problem here? If i recall the issue in your logs was when we transcoded 6ch HD audio to something like 6ch aac or ac3.
Xbox one X low sound problem
Posted 06 July 2018 - 03:05 PM
Sorry didn't realize it was 6 channels on DTS HD 5.1, yes the audio is louder now thanks but I still think its a little lower than the rest of the sound can it be a bit louder?
5.1 = 6 channels (5 speakers and 1 amp)
6.1 = 7 channels and has an extra rear speaker in the middle. There are a few movies like LoTR, Star Wars, etc which include DTS-ES which is 6.1
Posted 06 July 2018 - 10:41 PM
5.1, 6.1, doesn't matter. just find something with that many channels that will direct play without transcoding. I'd like to know how the audio sounds for you in that case.
If you don't have any files like this, you can always use the convert feature on one of your files and select the TV profile. It should produce a file with ac3 audio and the same number of channels.
Posted 09 July 2018 - 02:48 PM
Ok then in that case I really think you need to try and fix this on your end via xbox & speaker settings. When it direct plays there's nothing we can do about it.
The only thing we can really do is force a transcode and convert the audio to stereo, but do you really want all of your files to transcode?
Posted 09 July 2018 - 05:47 PM
Other than buying a soundbar
1. If you're still using your TV speakers though make sure you have the following set on your Xbox:
Display & Sound
Setup TV & AV control
Audio > Set this to stereo
Display & Sound
HDMI audio > set this at bitstream. Or, you could try stereo uncompressed but that may convert it to 2 channel PCM
Format > Set this to Dolby Digital as most TV speakers support DD.
2. Next if your TV has the ability to set audio output format make sure it's set at DD
3. Lastly, make sure you have Emby's volume control setting set high enough. A lot of people don't know it's there
Start a movie in Emby on the Xbox
Click the Home button on the controller.
This should bring up a menu
Scroll to Emby Theater and click on it (should be the first item on menu)
Now you should see a volume control slider
Move this to the right
Scroll down and return to Emby Theater
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