The support becomes available today with “Okja,” a film that made its recent debut at the Cannes Film Festival. Future supported titles include “Blame” (July 28), “Death Note” (Aug. 25), “Bright” (December), and “Wheelman” (2017).
Peters said he expects the catalog to grow over time, and noted that many will also be available in 4K and HDR.
Atmos streaming is currently supported on Microsoft’s Xbox One and Xbox One S if users connect to an Atmos-enabled home-theater system, TV or soundbar, or via headphones using the Atmos for headphones feature available for purchase through the Dolby Access app in the Xbox Store.
It will also soon be available through 2017 LG OLED TVs, and Peters said support will be added to more devices over time.
Atmos streaming is also available through Vudu.
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