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REQ: Dolby Atmos Renderer v5.2.0 [Windows] screenshot
The Dolby Atmos Renderer is the central element of any Dolby Atmos mixing system. It works in tandem with your DAW to render your mix to any playback environment, based on the audio and positional metadata you author in the DAW.

It renders up to 128 inputs (including audio beds and objects with metadata) to your monitoring configuration, as well as rendering to standard channel-based layouts for both monitoring and deliverable creation. It also creates the Dolby Atmos master file, used for encoding for final distribution to streaming services or Blu-ray.

Create and deliver immersive Dolby Atmos mixes for music, home theater, television, podcast, and gaming with the Dolby Atmos Renderer application. Whether you are in the studio or in an offline edit suite, or using a laptop with headphones, you can place and move sounds in three dimensions and bring your audience deeper into your work.

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  Member 1.09.2013 448
+18
You Can Get The Dolby Atmos Renderer In Studio One Latest Version 6.5.0
  Member 25.03.2024 6
+3
To be honest i don't get dolby mixing. Can i mix in my stereo headphones or do i need something else ?
Being a 'Technical but not a programmer guy' I appreciate all the effort that you guys put into your work for us.
  Resident 7.01.2016 4 482
+163
Yes, with Binaural mode on Studio One you can get fantastic Atmos mixes done that translates well on Apple devices. I made +50 mixes since the release of S1 and all of them are approved by Apple. Few of them were selected to editorial playlists. My setup is only a iD14 soundcard and Hi-X65 headphones. Nothing else.
  Member 11.11.2014 11 101
+462
Get a proper DAW!

Logic Pro, Studio One and Cubase already come with Dolby Atmos. No need for this plugin!
  Member 17.02.2024 2 118
+90
Just to clarify, Logic's Binaural Renderer is different from Dolby Atmos Renderer. Essentially they are very similar, but Logic's atmos environment is much more geared towards Apple Music (seeing as Logic is an Apple product), whereas one may argue that Dolby Atmos Renderer is a more "universal" program that can be more versatile, seeing as it's made by Dolby themselves.
  Member 22.12.2015 233
+33
Its good to have access to these Atmos plugins but very soon all majorr DAWs will have their integrated Atmos Mixing and rendering capabilities period. And these will become obsolete.
  Member 17.02.2024 2 118
+90
If they got this for mac that would be AWESOME. Especially coming from a Logic Pro user, 300$ is quite steep for something that Logic's atmos renderer is similar to anyway.

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