Dolby Digital

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Dolby Digital, also known as Dolby AC-3, is developed by Dolby Laboratories. It is an audio compression technology. It reduces the transmission bandwidth and storage requirements of audio data. It is used in movies, TV broadcast, radio broadcast via satellite, digital video streaming, DVDs, Blu-ray discs and game consoles.[1]

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  1. Andersen, Robert Loring; Crockett, Brett Graham; Davidson, Grant A.; Davis, Mark Franklin; Fielder, Louis D.; Turner, Stephen C.; Vinton, Mark S.; Williams, Phillip (October 2004). "Introduction to Dolby Digital Plus, an Enhancement to the Dolby Digital Coding System" (PDF). Audio Engineering Society Convention (117th AES Convention): 1–29. Retrieved 17 October 2019.