A new technology being showcased at IBC addresses the challenges of repurposing theatrical content to TV in the context of full loudness compliance.
DynApt provides similar benefits when adapting TV content for mobile streaming, or any other application that requires adapting dynamics accurately to the constraints of the delivery system.
Nugen said DynApt, available as an extension for its Loudness Management Batch (LMB) Processor, gives audio engineers a new option for efficiently adapting the content to preserve dialogue clarity. The LMB Processor is an offline file-based batch loudness analysis and correction program for high throughput applications.
Working faster than realtime, DynApt (pictured) adapts dynamic audio appropriately for different listening environments and playout systems, while respecting the level of dialogue in the original mix and meeting specific loudness criteria.
In addition, Nugen Audio has launched a new version of the LMB Processor’s MXF Extension with DPP AS-11 compatibility.
A result of the company’s participation in the Digital Production Partnership compliance program, the MXF Extension introduces native MXF audio-handling that enables the LMB Processor to perform automated analysis and correction of audio within an MXF container while preserving all other data within the file.