Loudness Solutions

 
DTS offers both real-time and file-based loudness technologies to provide measurement, correction, and reporting of audio levels for traditional broadcast and digitally delivered content.

DTS offers both real-time and file-based loudness technologies to provide measurement, correction, and reporting of audio levels for traditional broadcast and digitally delivered content. DTS solutions are designed to provide the best consumer audio experience while allowing broadcast operators, multichannel video programming distributors, and IP-enabled service providers to achieve compliance with the CALM Act, EBU R 128, and ITU-R BS.1770-3.

Loudness correction extends beyond the ability to just accurately measure peak audio levels and set a maximum output. Spectral and density differences, inter-channel relationships, and temporal dynamics contribute to perceived loudness. On measuring these factors, the appropriate gain or attenuation to meet a user-defined dial norm can be achieved.

Harris offers the industry’s broadest signal processing portfolio, providing advanced applications and functionality—in modular and standalone platforms—to fit all requirements and budgets. Whether you're handling audio, video or data, there’s a high-performance, high-value Harris processing solution designed to meet your specific needs.

DaySequerra® creates standalone hardware featuring DTS Neural Technologies for live broadcast use.

Products that feature DTS Loudness solutions include:

iLM8 (Neural Loudness Measurement
NLC5.1ST (Neural Loudness Control)

In addition to loudness solutions, DaySequerra products support Neural Downmix, UpMix, MultiMerge and Mono2Strereo.

M6205A-3G card for the openGear platform supports Neural Loudness processing.

Elemental® Technologies includes DTS loudness processing in their Elemental Live and Elemental Server products. The combination of DTS loudness with Elemental's head-end products allows broadcasters to automatically correct any problems with loudness consistencies across programs and commercials.

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