Loudness software for loudness compliance in file-based workflows
As part of a suite of audio tools, eFF can apply file-based loudness compliance or CALM Act compliance to files and file-based workflows quickly and easily. eFF directly opens a wide range of media files including MXF, QuickTime, WAV, DPP, AIFF, LXF, P2, analyses the audio contained within them and performs loudness normalisation and True Peak compliance – more efficiently than dedicated WAV loudness software. Highly engineered algorithms ensure precise adjustment whilst preserving valuable creative content.
Support for a wide range of media files means that loudness problems can be addressed and loudness compliance can be applied quickly and simply. eFF can also include full loudness compliance for Dolby® E audio encoded content.
All worldwide loudness compliance standards supported including – EBU R128, ATSC A-85, OP-59, BS 1770 -1/2/3, BS 1771, TRB-32, Leq(A), AGCOM 219/09/CSP
Audio track re-mapping, audio track replication, audio re-work and repair in media files
eRAP is part of the audio tools suite from Emotion Systems and it offers fast and efficient manipulation of audio tracks within a media file.
Remap audio tracks and replicate audio tracks within MXF or QuickTime files to create the output audio track layout required, whatever the layout of the input file. Works substantially faster than real-time and is easier and quicker than using a video edit suite or audio workstation. Create a standard output file format from any input file format.
Also, extract WAV audio files from MXF and QuickTime media files at speeds much faster than real-time. Unlike tape, it is time-consuming to extract the audio from a media file for re-work or repair. eRAP addresses this need quickly and easily. Select the media file that you want to unwrap and eRAP delivers you the audio content within a WAV file ready to be used by an audio editor. Once completed, eRAP will rewrap the audio file back into the media file.
Works with AS-11 DPP files
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