04.15.2007 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Dolby Labs to showcase products at NAB2007

Dolby Laboratories invites NAB attendees to experience its full range of broadcast solutions in its booth #N2513. In addition, Dolby will host and participate in a number of informative panels and industry events during the convention. Company executives will be available to discuss the company's latest news and give demos.

Products being shown include the DP600 Program Optimizer, which provides intelligent, automatic file-based loudness analysis and correction for common broadcast media file and audio formats in use today. The DP600-C also offers file-based audio encoding, decoding and transcoding of Dolby technologies and other audio formats for television broadcasters using or transitioning to file-based broadcast environments and workflow.

Dolby will also display its Digital Plus, a scalable audio solution for next-generation broadcast and IPTV formats, and Dolby Media Producer, a product line that includes Dolby Media Encoder, Dolby Media Decoder, and Dolby Media Tools, as well as the new Dolby Media Encoder SE.

These products support all Dolby audio technologies for disc-based media formats such as HD DVD and Blu-ray Disc, as well as standard DVD-Video and DVD-Audio formats. The company is also announcing the development of Universal applications for all Dolby Media Producer products. These will run natively on Intel and Power PC platforms alike, giving all Mac computer users high performance.

For more information, visit www.dolby.com.

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