This appears to have been fed back through the Windows Feedback system but here we are with the supposed RTM build and this is still broken.
Works on Windows 8.1 with same hardware. Essentially when choosing Dolby Digital 5.1 as the audio format for a TV show or movie this no longer works.
It's as yet unclear where the fault lies. Would be good to know if this is Windows fault or if it's Intel or Netflix that need to update their drivers and app respectively to get this working again under Windows 10.
I've read other posts that suggest this may affect various apps and games that use DD5.1. It may not be limited to Intel Graphics.
On my system it passes out of my Intel Graphics HDMI connection to an LGTV and then on to a DD/DTS decoder. As I said, this worked flawlessly on Windows 8.1 with the Windows Store Netflix app.
It's disappointing because this is a modern OS and you expect this essential, now legacy, audio capability to be right from day one (and by day one I mean GA day). Hopefully it's just a matter of waiting for audio hardware developers to update their drivers for Windows 10 or for Netflix to make changes to adapt to whatever Microsoft API changed here.
Has anyone found a workaround or fix? T.I.A.