For several years, Nugen Audio has been building award-winning technology extensions for its Loudness Management Batch (LMB) processor. These include the company’s DynApt loudness range targeting technology, which earned a commendation at the IBC Innovation Awards last year.
Several updates are immediately available for the LMB processor’s extensions, which will be showcased at BVE 2016. These include improved LRA correction speed for the DynApt Extension and wider file format support for the ProRes Extension, which now supports .MOV files using Version 2 descriptors and those with the LPCM format flag. Channel support for LMB Processor is now increased from 16 to 32 channels when advanced routing is used for both the MXF Extension and ProRes Extension. These updates will be available at no charge to current owners.
Also on show at BVE 2016 is the Halo Upmix, the company’s solution for upmixing stereo audio to 5.1/7.1 surround. The first product based on Nugen Audio’s proprietary new upmixing processes, Halo Upmix has received much critical acclaim since its launch last September. In addition, Nugen Audio will be showing a forthcoming 9.1 extension to Halo Upmix. This update will provide compatibility with Dolby Atmos bed tracks and is projected for release Q2 2016.