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Re: Is there a way to get Dolby Headphone system-wide on any PC?

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This may be off-topic since this is not a "system-wide" solution, but anyway...
You can use ffmpeg's sofalizer filter ( https://ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg-filters.html#sofalizer ) to load and apply SOFA files (https://www.sofaconventions.org/mediawiki/index.php/SOFA_(Spatially_Oriented_Format_for_Acoustics), which you can grub from http://sofacoustics.org/data/ for example.

In case of mpv player, you can use sofalizer like this (in Windows):
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mpv --af=lavfi=[sofalizer=sofa="C\\:/Users/foo/bar.sofa"] file-to-play
Note the backslashes before colon in the path name. Since colons are used as delimiters in the ffmpeg filter spec, you would need to escape them.

 
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