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I referred to a hard 5.1 as a non-Atmos surround file (I dont know the correct name but refer to it as immutable). At Atmos file is (I believe by specification) mutable (i.e. soft) that it can go from as many channels and objects it was recorded (say 11.4.6 with 50 tracked objects) and emulate down to the common base of available hardware. i.e. 5.1. It is still Atmos but is not as subtle or spacial as an 11.4.6 system (obviously). This is why I guess fixed array soundbars are sold as Atmos soundbars?
Speaker allocation can be edited as follows:-