How the heck do you find what audio configuration to use for Netflix titles?

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#1  Edited By Ezekiel43
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There used to be a symbol in the title description (5.1 for example), but that's gone. I've checked in Chrome, Firefox and Android for TV. Setting my receiver to Direct doesn't work for web browsers or Android. If a title is stereo, I don't wanna play it in 5.1. If it's 5.1, 7.1, DTS:X or Atmos, I don't wanna play it in stereo. But how am I supposed to even tell now that it's stereo or more?

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#2 Ezekiel43
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No one? I can't believe there are not even any Google results about this. What kind of a lousy home cinema platform would not bother specifying the audio configurations of the titles. That's terrible.

Aside from this, my web browsers don't trigger HDR in Windows. My video files do trigger HDR, no problem. Netflix for Android on my TV doesn't seem to trigger HDR either. I don't remember if it did in the past.

Convenience my butt. Discs and rips are far easier.

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#3  Edited By Master_Live
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Netflix fucking sucks, can't even tell if it is streaming in 4K.