Recent Win10 update removed HDMI supported audio formats


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    Recent Win10 update removed HDMI supported audio formats


    Hey guys,
    My windows 10 pc recently updated itself and I lost some HDMI audio functionality. When you click on the little speaker icon on the lower right side of your screen and choose playback devices. My Yamaha HDMI received is the default device and under properties, it used to display under supported formats, all of the latest Hi Def codecs like Dolby TrueHD, DTS-MA, etc. Those are now all missing. I just get the legacy ones. They were working perfectly prior to this week! I have not done any other changes. It looks like windows downloaded a Intel graphics HD driver and I also tried the latest Nvidia graphics/HD audio drivers with same result.

    I cannot get the missing codecs back! I need them for Blu-ray file playback via Kodi media server.

    any help would be awesome!

    Thanks,
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    I have noticed dts does not work with wmp after the anniversary update. I tried with both optical and hdmi cable.
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    Nate79 said:
    I have noticed dts does not work with wmp after the anniversary update. I tried with both optical and hdmi cable.
    Darn windows updates! Any solutions or suggestions? I tried everything!
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    Just hoping for an update

    EDIT>
    I noticed the ms stock video player plays dts now.
    Last edited by Nate79; 26 Sep 2016 at 15:29.
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    edit----
    Last edited by Bigbwb; 28 Sep 2016 at 21:19.
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