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No that's a pretty annoying issue. Thank you for bringing it to our attention. Using this table: Surround Sound Formats Chart it is "dolby digital" and no iteration of that, correct?
Can you try one thing for me? Can you play the blue-ray/dvd with the issue outside of Kodi and see if the same thing happens? Meanwhile I will let the GFX team know.
Hi cvare. I was never able to test this due to vacations and such. I am now at college and far away from this device. However, as I said, all the other NUCs I have have no problems with this very occasional dropout issue with Dolby Digital. It occurs in Kodi when Dolby Digital is bitstreamed over HDMI. Please investigate and report back. Thanks!
There have been several GFX driver updates since then. Do you know which version was doing this?
Of course I can't sit an watch a movie for 20-30 mins with every driver version (unfortunately). I really need to know if the latest version has been tested. There's also been a BIOS release or 2 since then that could have fixed the issue as well.
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We have not seen any issue related to random Dropouts of Dolby Digital over HDMI.
If you allow me; I would like to investigate what the problem you are getting is. I would need to collect your system configuration (brand name and model of the Memories, brand name and model of the m.2 SSDs) and the results of Intel® System Support Utility. Let me know if you are using an HDMI cable 1.4 or 2.0 version.
Intel has released a new HDMI 2.0 firmware update.
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