Intel Developer Blog: Dolby Digital Plus is included in every Intel-powered Windows 10 device, meaning every UWP apps can also take advantage of the technology

Learn how to add premium audio to your HTML5 projects

If you want your sound to sparkle, you can now incorporate Dolby Audio in your HTML5 and Windows Universal Platform (UWP) apps.

Dolby Digital Plus is a featured in every Windows 10 PC and tablet powered by Intel, and you can take advantage of it by simply encoding your audio in the right format.

Intel’s resource for Dolby Digital Plus reveals how you can use a free tool from Dolby to encode your audio, and includes sample code for streaming the right audio to the right browser, and using Dolby Digital in a UWP app. There’s also an example game so you can hear the sound in action.

This resource is part of the Game Dev section on Intel Developer Zone, which features tools, tips and tutorials to help you create amazing games.

Intel also offers more resources for HTML5 development, including the free Intel XDK, and has a section dedicated to Windows developers.

This blog post is sponsored by the Intel Developer Zone, which helps you to develop, market and sell software and apps for prominent platforms and emerging technologies powered by Intel Architecture.

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