Leeds, UK (September 12, 2014)—Nugen Audio is marking a decade of service to the film and broadcast community at the IBC2014 show, which opens today, showcasing new additions to its line of post production and broadcast audio tools.
The centerpiece is the company’s new DynApt dynamic adaptation technology for loudness-compliant audio repurposing, now available as an extension for Nugen Audio’s Loudness Management Batch (LMB) Processor. In addition, Nugen Audio is introducing a new version of LMB Processor’s MXF Extension with DPP AS-11 compatibility.
Also at IBC2014, Nugen Audio has version 1.1 of MultiMonitor, its loudness and true-peak monitoring software application, and will preview its upcoming technology for stereo-to-5.1/7.1/9.1 upmixing in film and television production.
Nugen Audio’s LMB Processor, an offline file-based batch loudness analysis and correction program for high throughput applications, is the first product to feature the company’s new DynApt technology. DynApt addresses the challenges of repurposing theatrical content to TV in the context of full loudness compliance, giving audio engineers a new option for adapting the content that preserves dialogue clarity.
LMB Processor’s MXF Extension is the first Nugen Audio product set to receive DPP AS-11 certification, a result of the company’s participation in the Digital Production Partnership (DPP) compliance program. Making its IBC debut, the MXF Extension introduces native MXF audio-handling that enables LMB Processor to perform automated analysis and correction of audio within an MXF container while preserving all other data within the file.