Nugen Audio Reveals New Batch Processing for Dolby Formats and Shows Upmix 3D immersive Option at IBC 2017
Wednesday 13th September 2017
NUGEN Audio reveals a beta version of its AMB Dolby® Module.
AMB is designed to improve workflow efficiency for a range of different tasks. Using AMB Loudness, DynApt® or Upmix modules with the new AMB Dolby Module, post-production facilities can natively batch process Dolby E, Dolby Digital® and Dolby Digital Plus™ files, reducing delivery times considerably for loudness measurement and correction, dynamics processing and upmixing. The facility to decode these Dolby formats to linear PCM wave files further supports workflow versatility. The AMB Dolby Module also provides support for Dolby Metadata and Dolby E Program configurations.
“We’re pleased that Nugen’s new AMB Dolby Module offers content creators scalable, batch processing of content in Dolby formats,” said JC Morizur, Sr. Director of Pro Products and Solutions at Dolby Laboratories. “There is increasing need for our users to process large numbers of files under tight time restrictions. AMB will help our customers meet those demands.”
The Dolby Module will be the latest addition to the growing number of module options for AMB that are enabling customers to carry out a greater range of audio-processing tasks than ever before:
The final version of the AMB Dolby Module is expected to be released in Q4.
For the first time at IBC, NUGEN Audio will
demonstrate the new Halo 3D Immersive Extension for its award-winning Halo
Upmix Plug-In for broadcast and live allowing you to fine-tune your surround
mix to perfection. This makes it possible to upmix, re-purpose or convert
channel-based audio for an Ambisonic workflow.
In addition, the Halo 3D Immersive Extension fully supports Avid Technology’s latest version of Pro Tools® which now features native 7.1.2 stems for Dolby Atmos mixing. The combination of Pro Tools and Halo 3D Immersive Extension provides a fluid workflow for audio post professionals requiring upmix capability for multi-channel and object-based audio formats.