Dolby licensee community
Dolby licensee community allows licensees to obtain Dolby logos, royalty reporting forms, and self-testing forms and apply for subsidiary and subcontractor approvals. You can also notify Dolby of name changes and change of control or request license terminations.
Dolby deliverables on demand
Dolby deliverables on demand provides entitled deliverables for licensing and product customers. Development kits for licensing customers and software and firmware for broadcast products are available here.
Schedule of qualified implementations
Schedule of qualified implementations is a searchable database of all current approved implementations, including the type of implementation (SoC, ASIC, DSP, etc.) and the Dolby technology included in the implementation.
Schedule of qualified recipients
Schedule of qualified recipients is a searchable database of all current system (consumer device) licensees and the technologies for which they are licensed.
DISC customer provides testing of playback capabilities of devices through online streaming delivery systems.
Dolby product registration portal
Dolby product registration portal allows licensees to register products with Dolby, initiating the product evaluation process.
Dolby reporting portal
Dolby reporting portal is for licensees and companies reporting royalties or royalties paid by others (RPOs). Licensees report royalties quarterly. The Dolby Reporting Portal also allows for royalty statements revisions and viewing of royalty statement history.
Support and maintenance policies
Read Dolby's policies for support and maintenance for consumer license kits here.
Dolby Developer portal
Dolby Developer portal allows application developers to access Dolby Audio™ APIs included with industry platforms like Windows®, Android™, iOS, Amazon Fire®, and others.
Dolby audio experience
Dolby audio experience demonstrates the Dolby Audio APIs with Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge™.