The VisLM-H visual loudness meter includes a rewritable memory edit mode and program loudness over-dub function for workflow efficiency.
At NAB 2015, Nugen Audio will demonstrate the latest generation of its post-production and broadcast loudness tools including the new Halo Upmixer.
Nugen Audio will showcase the Loudness Toolkit 2, a significant upgrade of the company's loudness measurement and correction suite. The Loudness Toolkit 2 includes completely new versions of the VisLM-H meter, the LM-Correct quick-fix tool, and the ISL true-peak limiter, and it features upgrades that make it an even more powerful workflow companion for NLE and DAW users.
Within the Loudness Toolkit 2, the VisLM-H visual loudness meter includes ReMEM (rewritable memory edit mode), a program loudness over-dub function for enhanced workflow efficiency; a new timecode and loudness profile memory function; and new zoomable and scrollable history and log file capabilities.
Enhancements to theISL include a new intelligent dynamic release Mode, extensive user interface workflow and display enhancements, and advanced variable center channel link settings. Also in the Loudness Toolkit 2, the LM-Correct loudness measurement and correction tool now includes single-click analysis and correction to accelerate workflow for every seat; enhanced processing criteria; and a new provision for combined program and short-term or momentary loudness correction.
Nugen Audio is also making its DynApt dynamic adaptation technology available as a time saving extension for LM-Correct, enabling streamlined LRA targeting. Previously only available in the company's LMB processor for server-side batch file processing, the new DynApt extension places NUGEN Audio's proprietary, highly efficient, and reliable time-saving method of advanced LRA targeting at the fingertips of every editor.
At the 2015 NAB Show, the Nugen Audio booth will also feature a preview the company’s new Halo Upmixer. Designed specifically for film and TV production, the new product is capable of producing a Stereo-to-5.1/7.1/9.1 downmix-compatible upmix with optional dialog isolation in the center channel. The Halo Upmixer is expected to be available in the second half of 2015.
Nugen Audio will exhibit in NAB booth C8947
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