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The Incredibles 2 had lots of solid, chair shaking bass moments in theater; I’m keeping my fingers crossed for the home release that the bass is at least a little better than the latest Disney/Pixar mixes. Great movie too!
That's good to hear. What's not good to hear is this silly bidding war between comcast and Disney over Fox. I wouldn't wish comcast service on anyone, including my in-laws but man, I don't want Disney getting their grubby hands on anything else to ruin either... It's like the best of the worst right now. You guys already ruined star wars, let us mourn proper already!!!
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Quick random question. Is it possible to graph a specific scene using REW? I think I've done it by accident before but don't know how accurate it was.

I simply ran a 21 sec sweep but disconnected the audio out to my receiver (hdmi). I played a specific scene and the Umik recorded the movie clip for those 21 seconds and graphed it.

Any info would be helpful, thanks.
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That's good to hear. What's not good to hear is this silly bidding war between comcast and Disney over Fox. I wouldn't wish comcast service on anyone, including my in-laws but man, I don't want Disney getting their grubby hands on anything else to ruin either... It's like the best of the worst right now. You guys already ruined star wars, let us mourn proper already!!!
Sorry to disagree, but Disney is worlds better with Star Wars than Lucas and the hell that was Jar Jar.
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Eww..Pacific Rim Uprising pretty disappointing in the bass department so far! Nothing like the original.
Hdr looks great though..Lol
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Oculus Bass Graph (DTS-HD MA 5.1)

Like I said previously, I really enjoyed this bass treat!

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Quick random question. Is it possible to graph a specific scene using REW? I think I've done it by accident before but don't know how accurate it was.

I simply ran a 21 sec sweep but disconnected the audio out to my receiver (hdmi). I played a specific scene and the Umik recorded the movie clip for those 21 seconds and graphed it.

Any info would be helpful, thanks.
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Sorry to disagree, but Disney is worlds better with Star Wars than Lucas and the hell that was Jar Jar.
Not going to disagree there, and the acting of 1-3 was absolutely abhorrent, but if I have to be completely honest, looking back, the character development in 1-3 was still decent enough... so far in 7 and 8 everything about them just feels, hollow. Another mind-numbing journey... Rogue-One may be the one exception.
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If I have a 4k blu-ray player, but a little bit older receiver with only TrueHD and DTS-HD, what happens with the 4k blu-ray audio if it's playing dolby atmos? Does it downmix to TrueHD and I get the full "upgraded" sound quality that for example, Fury, has with a 4k disc over the 1080p bluray?
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If I have a 4k blu-ray player, but a little bit older receiver with only TrueHD and DTS-HD, what happens with the 4k blu-ray audio if it's playing dolby atmos? Does it downmix to TrueHD and I get the full "upgraded" sound quality that for example, Fury, has with a 4k disc over the 1080p bluray?
Yes, you will still get the core 7.1 TrueHD and/or DTS-HD MA tracks included in the Dolby Atmos and/or DTS:X tracks, which still has a notable benefit, but you will not be able to take advantage of the superior object-based activity.
But would it make a difference if you didn’t have an Atmos/Dts X setup anyway?

Does the object based mapping make a noticeable difference in a regular 5.1 or 7.1 setup?
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But would it make a difference if you didn’t have an Atmos/Dts X setup anyway?

Does the object based mapping make a noticeable difference in a regular 5.1 or 7.1 setup?
You will loose all the object metadata and will just be hearing the a standard DolbyTrueHD, DTS-HD MA, or DTS-HD soundtrack that you would get on a standard blu-ray. However there may be differences in how the tracks are mixed so sometimes a new Atmos or DTS:X track has better or worse elements unrelated to the object metadata and just inherent to the underlying core sound track that has been re-done relative to an older blu-ray mix. For example we have seen differences in the LFE channel and dynamics, both better and worse.

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The Atmos audio is not a separate track on the disc,
The Height channel meta data is contained within the Dolby TrueHD audio bitstream.

When an Atmos capable AVR is used, and you have at least 2 Height speakers enabled,
The height encoded audio is extracted from the TrueHD Bit Stream and sent to the overhead/height speakers.

When a non-Atmos AVR is used, the 7.1/5.1 TrueHD leaves the designated "height information" in the bed layer 5.1/7.1 speakers.
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The Atmos audio is not a separate track on the disc,
The Height channel meta data is contained within the Dolby TrueHD audio bitstream.

When an Atmos capable AVR is used, and you have at least 2 Height speakers enabled,
The height encoded audio is extracted from the TrueHD Bit Stream and sent to the overhead/height speakers.

When a non-Atmos AVR is used, the 7.1/5.1 TrueHD leaves the designated "height information" in the bed layer 5.1/7.1 speakers.
Additionally it's not just height information however as you said you do need at least 2 height channels for the AVR to process decode/process the metadata and report Atmos or DTS:x. It's object placement data for anywhere in the sound field so you get more precise object placement. In many 3D audio tracks there is actually very little sound going to the heights but you still get a better "sound bubble". It would be nice if those without heights could still get the 3D audio track as there would still be benefit but it's just a current requirement.
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If I have a 4k blu-ray player, but a little bit older receiver with only TrueHD and DTS-HD, what happens with the 4k blu-ray audio if it's playing dolby atmos? Does it downmix to TrueHD and I get the full "upgraded" sound quality that for example, Fury, has with a 4k disc over the 1080p bluray?
In the case of the new Fury 4K/UHD,

The original Bluray release was 5.1 DTS-HD MA.

The New 4K/UHD with ATMOS audio is superior in every way.

If you don't have an ATMOS capable AVR, you will get the 7.1 Dolby TrueHD audio track,
The height/object meta data stays in the bed layer 7.1 channels,
but is still a significant step up from the old DTS-HD MA 5.1 on the original 1080p bluray.




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Mother - Watched the first 25 minutes. Definitely a weird movie. The opening was quite chest thumping than Edge of Tomorrow. There were more ULF rumbles than 23Hz+ content. Hoping to finish this by end of the week.

The Matrix - Finally got the opportunity to crank up the volume. Chapters 29-32 were an absolute blast. The improvement over rhe previous releases are massive.

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Sigh, sub amp went pop, no weekend of bass for me
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...one more good reason to justify buying everything in Pairs

lol, it is amp 1 of 2, but still, it's not the same without both subs
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I am not saying that it's not there in the actual clip. I am just saying it is not on the graph....

Look at the Flight of Phoenix PvA graph below:


The 8Hz stuff is -13dB. This is good.

However, according to the Barrel Roll scene graph below:


The 8Hz stuff looks to be -28dB... Since when is -28dB good???

Of course both of these graph are old and may be inaccurate. Someone should re-graph this.

The -20dB mark is different at least. Someone else would have to do the waterfall graph as I have never done those before.

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The -20dB mark is different at least. Someone else would have to do the waterfall graph as I have never done those before.

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Thank you so much for your work!

Interesting enough, your green graph is exactly 5dB lower than the old one below...


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Thank you so much for your work!

Interesting enough, your graph is exactly 5dB lower than the old one below...
Yeah, I see that now. And I ran that sucker at least 5 times, if we're being honest.

If @MrGrey has it, I'm sure he'll run it through to verify it.
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Watched Hurricane Heist. Talk about a cheese fest. Lol. It was like they nuked a Velveeta cheese log and sprinkled in bad acting and dialogue; "I'm out of bullets!" "How'd that happen?" "I used them all!!" Classic. Just so happens I like cheese. And at the end of the day I was entertained. This was only a 1080p Netflix BD rental, but the audio was still crazy nonetheless. Doubt I'll ever watch it again, but a quality rental it was.
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I forgot how to run these or I would do it. I have the movie already ripped into my computer I can't load it into spec lab. It has been a while.

Also, Chucky, that is not the section I was referring to and that graph level seems low as well.

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I know the Jriver program was very good, you need to ask the DB.

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BTW guys, many of the speclabs with scenes are in room and will have variations. The whole movie graph should be standard.

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Here was my in room as well as a lower level later in the scene.



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Since it seems MrGrey may be preoccupied, I wonder if @Shreds could stop by and regraph Flight of the Phoenix since he was one of the foremost bass guys on that original forum.

I have the file on hand in case he stops by later and doesn't have the audio to graph it with.

Then he could at least let me know what I'm doing wrong.
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