Amazon Prime Video drops Dolby Imaginative and prescient and Atmos except you pay further

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Amazon has confirmed it’s not a mistake — your Amazon Prime Video subscription now not consists of Dolby Imaginative and prescient HDR or Dolby Atmos encompass sound. That’s on high of the adverts that Amazon injected into the service on January 29th. Now, once you pay $2.99 a month to take away these adverts, you may get Dolby Imaginative and prescient and Dolby Atmos again as effectively.

That’s the phrase from 4KFilme, which found that their sensible TVs from Sony, LG, and Samsung have been now displaying content material in HDR10 with Dolby Digital 5.1 versus the upper constancy choices they’d loved beforehand.

Amazon spokesperson Katie Barker confirms to The Verge that it’s a deliberate transfer: “Dolby Imaginative and prescient and Dolby Atmos capabilities are solely accessible on the advert free choice, on related…

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