Originally Posted by Cla55clown
Man this looks like a great option to the official Atmos demo disc from Dolby. Went on eBay to pick one up and they are going for a PREMIUM. I mean, does the disc make you coffee while it is playing too!? No way I'm paying $75 bucks for a demo disc.
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I got it working now, so if anyone of you guys need help pm me. I am willing to help other as I understand it took me weeks to research trying to find the answer.... Even try to email Dolby many time... and certainly they response but didn't help.
But here's a quick simply step.
1. Get that Torent link (haven't got any adware or virus yet.. )
2. Download the torrent software from Utorrent.com (seem to be safe software)
3. Downloaded the files.
4. Get yourself a Bluray writer (Ebay run about 50.00, blank disc 5.00) Or you can buy a LG BD writter at Frys Electronics for 89.00 (it's slim, compact and look nice)
5. Download ImgBurn
6. In ImgBurn, select the option "Write Files to Disc) , make sure you drag the two folders (BDVM, CERTIFICATE) and drop it in ImgBurn.
7. Select the BD drive you're going to use, click on that Calculator on the right... then just burn.
8. Now you can finally try out your Atmos demo disc.
If you're still unsure how to use ImgBurn, here's the guide on how to burn BD disc.
So for about 60.00, you can get your own DolbyAtmos disc.... but at least you get the BD writer drive and a few extra blank disc.
I have watch 2 movies in Atmos so far with my system (MadMax and Transformers 4) and I must say... wasn't really that impress, couldn't hardly notice any sound from above... I thought it was my setup issue. But after listening to the ACTUAL DolbyAtmos "Amaze" clip.... It's not my setup, it's just because that particular movie just doesn't have enough sound Object or mix as excessive like the demo disc.
Transformers4 was a bit better than Madmax because the part where the giant spaceship flew over HongKong. I will tweak my set up more to see if it can get better and update later.