The new platform features threaded algorithm processing and multiple processing threads.
Nugen Audio has developed a new audio batch file processing solution, based on its existing Loudness Management Batch processor, that leverages parallel processing algorithms to enable post facilities to speed workflows significantly and reduce project delivery times.
Jon Schorah, Founder and Creative Director at Nugen Audio, said customers using the new Audio Management Batch (AMB) integrated module platform will be able to access a broader array of Nugen’s processor technologies, all designed to radically speed up workflows.
The new platform features threaded algorithm processing and multiple processing threads that are addressable for simultaneous parallel handling of files and queues. AMB adds several enhancements and capabilities that bring greater flexibility, operational scalability, and enhanced processing speed to the core system.
This includes new customization features and several optional extensions that will allow customers to carry out an even greater range of audio-processing tasks. These features include a new upmix/downmix capability, an extension for the company’s proprietary DynApt technology for loudness-range targeting and content repurposing, and loudness management support for MXF or ProRes files.
Nugen Audio will demonstrate the new AMB platform, along with new features for its Halo Upmix software (for upmixing stereo audio to surround) at the upcoming IBC Show in Amsterdam.
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