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AMB Dolby E Module To Be Revealed By NUGEN Audio At BVE 2018

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The AMB Dolby E Module, the latest processor modular software for AMB Audio Management Batch, is to be revealed by NUGEN Audio at BVE 2018.

The new module can be used with AMB Loudness, DynApt or Upmix modules so that post-production facilities can natively batch process Dolby E files, reducing delivery times for loudness measurement and correction, dynamics processing and upmixing. The ability to decode the Dolby E format to linear PCM wave files further supports workflow versatility. The AMB Dolby E Module also provides full support for both Dolby Metadata and Dolby E program configurations and converts Dolby formats to linear PCM wave files.

"We're pleased that NUGEN's new AMB Dolby E 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."

AMB allows post production facilities to add the precise processing modules they need and tailor the system to their exact requirements. It also offers threaded algorithm processing and multiple processing threads that are addressable for simultaneous parallel handling of files and queues.

"We're glad to be working with Dolby in adding a module for these important formats to AMB, giving professionals even greater access to our award-winning, workflow-enhancing technologies," said Jon Schorah, founder and creative director, NUGEN Audio. "With this new module, we are continuing to expand AMB to meet the ever-widening set of user requirements for batch processing in the most rigorous post-production workflows."

AMB comes standard with two watch folders/processing queues. But the AMB Queue Expansion is available for to allow extra power and speed. A total of up to 16 AMB Queue Expansions can be added.

AMB produce a variety of modules that allow for a range of audio processing tasks to be completed.

The AMB Upmix Module, by leveraging core technologies from NUGEN Audio's Halo Upmix plug-in, automatic upmixing to 5.1 and 7.1 from stereo and multichannel sources, with exact downmix compatibility, is available for batch file processing.

AMB Loudness Module provides NUGEN Audio's loudness analysis and correction processes. The module offers multiple target loudness criteria and repurposing of audio to multiple targets from a single file, along with sophisticated logging, reporting and graphing capabilities.

AMB DynApt Module has NUGEN Audio's DynApt technology for loudness-range targeting and content repurposing which respects dialog levels within the original material to ensure dialog intelligibility.

AMB MXF and ProRes Modules enable users to carry out native processing of the audio essence within MXF wrappers or ProRes files.

AMB will be at BVE 2018 at Stand K45.
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