Does anyone have a step-by-step procedure for getting proper 7.1 Atmos extracted in CloneBD with my title rip? I have an example of a disk: Dr Strange on Blu-Ray. I can rip this in MakeMKV without issue. When I examine the MKV in MediaInfo it shows the streams as I selected for the rip. I have attached a snip of the streams it sees. In CloneBD the default audio codec is AAC. If I use that the best quality option I get for "Audio channels" is "Surround 5.1-384" If I choose AC3 or DTS as the "audio channels" option I can see higher quality bitrates, but still nothing better than 5.1. No matter which of these I choose get a value of "English Dolby TrueHD 7.1" as the "default" audio track. How can that be the default one if it isn't even seeing that track? The only way I even get the program to MAYBE rip 7.1 is if I use the "copy original (lossless)" option. I am ripping it now with those settings to see what is read by MediaInfo in the MKV, but it can't be this complicated. Is there a primer for how audio streams work in CloneBD? I can't find anything in this regard. Click the nose to help" isn't telling me anything about audio either. Is there another help option? Nothing on the Elby site that I can find. I found this using Google, but I guess I don't know enough about how audio streams work and how to extract them and what the quality implications are etc to know how to approach this, hence the "primer" question. Generally I haven't been super picky about the audio because I didn't have an Atmos amp. I recently got one so now I'm looking at my audio a lot more closely. How does audio "translate"? For example, if the MKV has only a single audio track for example, and it's 7.1, but you don't have and Atmos enabled amp will it downmix or something? How about 5.1? Thanks for any help in understanding this.