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08.03.2014 10:48 PM
Emotion File-Based Workflow Advances at IBC
New features improve efficiency whilst cutting costs

Emotion Systems, specialists in signal processing solutions for file-based workflows, will be at IBC 2014 showing advances in their file-based workflows and how they improve efficiency whilst simultaneously cutting down costs. Emotion Systems will be showing the latest versions of eFF and Engine.

Emotion Systems enables its users to open a wide range of video and audio files as well as make the necessary measurements, adjustments and transcoding without conversion to baseband. Included in the list of supported file formats are: MXF, P2, LXF, QuickTime, WAV, AIFF and DPP; files with Dolby E are also supported.

eFF by Emotion Systems provides audio loudness compliance to a vast range of worldwide standards and can be used in multiple workflows including standalone, automatic watch folder and fully automatic through API integration.

Engine by Emotion Systems allows Automated File Based Audio workflows for Loudness, Dolby E Encoding and Decoding, Track replication and Track swapping. It is controlled by use of a ReSTful API and offers easy integration to popular MAM Systems.

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Posted by: Anonymous
Wed, 08-13-2014 02:42 AM Report Comment
I tried it. That's okay! Useful software. And I would like to recommend a really fantastic converter: Aunsoft TransMXF Pro for Mac It's the best converter I've ever seen. Maybe you can have a try. It will be rewarding, I think!
Posted by: Anonymous
Sun, 08-17-2014 11:16 PM Report Comment
While importing AVCHD footage to FCP, many guys encounter audio and video sync issue. It will be very annoying if the audio is behind or ahead of a video, even if it is only for two or one second. Sometimes, no audio but only audio or no audio but only video also happens. How to convert PXW-X70 AVCHD to Apple ProRes with audio and video sync? This article is special for this. "The problem I’m having is that when I convert from PXW-X70 AVCHD to Apple ProRes 422(LT), the video becomes badly out of sync (in some cases the audio plays at 2x the rate of the video)." Adopting advanced audio and video synchronization technology, Aunsoft iMeida Converter for Mac, is the effective and efficient solution to transcode PXW-X70 AVCHD to Apple ProRes with audio and video sync. The audio video sync issue is also called the lip sync error, which often happens during conversion. The iMedia can keep perfect synchronization and won't lose audio only if the source file with video and audio in sync. If you have the problem that there is no video with ProRes after conversion in FCP, you should download and install the Prores Codecs from Apple website. As a multiple video formats supported converter, iMedia Converter for Mac can also supports MXF, VOB, TOD, EVO, SWF, etc. The output formats are more than 50 types for different players and editing systems. With one click, you can also quickly preset video bitrates, video frame rate, video size, audio channels, etc. With the built-in editor tool, you can easily deinterlace, crop, trim, add water mark, add effect, etc. Below is a simple tutorial to convert PXW-X70 AVCHD to Apple ProRes with audio and video sync.

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