ChilliBean deploys Emotion Systems’ eFF Audio

ChilliBean, a London-based digital content and management specialist, has installed Emotion Systems’ new automatic loudness analysis and repair system, eFF Audio.
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ChilliBean, a London-based digital content and management specialist, has installed Emotion Systems’ new automatic loudness analysis and repair system, eFF Audio. Visual effects facility The Mill became the first post-production house to begin using the eFF (Emotion File Finish) software in February of this year. The system will be on show at IBC 2012, where the company will also launch the eFF Scale; a file based high quality video scaler. ChilliBean’s commercial director Peter Godden commented: “We work very closely with global ad agencies, post houses, brand owners and broadcasters, primarily to digitally deliver media files for ready-to-air TV spots. Because eFF Audio does precisely what it says it does, and only requires the push of a button, it makes our operation far more efficient. We can also say first hand that the results are highly accurate and reliable.” Emotion Systems’ CEO MC Patel said, “ChilliBean delivers terabytes of data around the world, a substantial portion of which require careful checking for audio loudness violations. With multiple files flowing daily through ChilliBean’s system, plug-in compliance variants have the disadvantage of tying up valuable resources to check them all. eFF Audio is a standalone product, which means that audio files can be checked automatically with next to no manual intervention.” www.chillibean.tv www.emotion-systems.com

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