When I’m sitting in my living room and watching the latest episode of House of Cards, I’m not just staring at a screen, I am also immersed in the audio.
And when I’m watching Netflix, I need to be able to hear everything I’m about to watch.
That’s why the company behind the Netflix streaming app recently announced it is adding support for an app that can record your entire TV environment.
Called the “Dolby Atmos,” the service is currently available in the US and Canada.
It lets you record your living room, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, bathroom sink, shower, and other rooms with Dolby Atmo speakers and other audio hardware that supports Dolby Digital Plus.
Dolby says the service will support Dolby Pro Logic II, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Surround.
For more, check out this video on the DolbyAtmos app: The app also lets you set up an audio studio or playlists and then record from that space.
It also lets users record audio from a wall-mounted speaker or other speakers, and use the audio from those devices to drive audio and video in their own rooms.
Dolce said the service has been downloaded more than 7.5 million times.
The app was first announced in November of last year and was officially announced by Dolby in a tweet on January 1.
“Dollars for people who want to hear more music in their living rooms and the world,” Dolby said.
“Innovations like Dolby atmos are making movies and TV experiences richer, more immersive, and more immersive than ever.”
Dolby did not say when the Dolcert, Dolch, Dolstereo, and Atmos would be coming to the Dolbys app, but we suspect they will be soon.
You can check out the Dolch app in the Dolatos app store for now.