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    1917 video issue?

    The movie was shot using the Arri Alexa Mini LF cameras that use rolling-shutter sensors. People watching the IMAX version reported the same issue.
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    Kaleidescape To Deliver 4K

    Jerry, Do you want K to decode Atmos-encoded audio? Do you expect them to keep up with the audio technology treadmill or would you rather have your receiver/pre-pro do it?
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    Dolby Atmos

    Atmos should not require a firmware update from K. As long as you're sending bitstream from your player to an Atmos-capable receiver, the receiver should recognize the Atmos-embedded stream. Atmos is designed to be backward-compatible with players and receivers.