04.16.2009 11:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Linear Acoustic to feature AERO.qc ingest quality controller

Linear Acoustic will showcase its AERO.qc ingest quality controller, which allows users to fix loudness problems automatically in real time as audio enters the facility and if fed into the ingest server, at the NAB Show.

This ingest quality control system provides all of the tools needed to get audio loudness right. The AERO.qc couples the ITU BS.1770 loudness-measurement specifi­cation with proprietary signal-evaluation techniques to evaluate content and make adjustments.

Operator intervention can range from full control of measurement and audio adjustment to highly auto­mated processing that requires little oversight. Front-panel metering offers instant go/no-go feed­back and precise loudness adjustment. Options include Dolby E/AC-3 decoding, additional advanced production upmixing algorithms, AERO-style multiband loudness and dynamic range control, metadata generation and monitoring, multichannel analog output with speaker EQ, and HD/SD-SDI input and output.

See Linear Acoustic at the NAB Show in Booths N1725 and C8546C.

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