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After pushing AV1 codec, Google goes after Dolby with HDR and audio standards

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After pushing AV1 codec, Google goes after Dolby with HDR and audio standards - Ars Technica

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Author / Journalist: Ron Amadeo

Category: Technology

Topics: Tech Dolby atmos Google Dolby

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Published On: 2022-09-22, 21:40:03

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Article Length: 278 words

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