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NAB 2012: Tektronix corrects automated audio loudness

24 April 2012
NAB 2012: Tektronix corrects automated audio loudness

Tektronix demonstrated an automated audio loudness correction solution combined with the Tektronix Cerify automated file-based quality control platform. By incorporating proven audio loudness correction technology used in the Dolby DP600 (pictured), the demonstration showcased how Cerify is able to automatically correct audio content in real time. “As loudness has emerged as a concern around the world, we’ve increasingly heard from our customers about the need for an automated loudness solution integrated with file-based QC technologies that would eliminate the need for additional workflow steps,” said Eben Jenkins, general manager, Video Product Line, Tektronix. “By working closely with Dolby, we’re able to demonstrate this world-class audio correction technology combined with software-based QC solutions that will help operators streamline their operations.” Cerify is a fully automated system for performing quality control of file-based content during creation, post production, ingest, transcode, archive and prior to transmission or use. Solutions range from windows-based PC standalone workstations to enterprise-wide solutions that interface to third party automation or asset management systems. “We’re committed to making sure broadcasters and operators get pristine and consistent audio on air,” said Jason Power, senior director, Broadcast Audio Ecosystem, Dolby Laboratories. “We’re excited that Tektronix is working with Dolby to enable audio loudness correction that maximises both quality and consistency."


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