LEEDS, England�Nugen Audio is readying its products for the upcoming NAB Show, announcing that it will showcase its Audio Management Batch processor and Loudness Toolkit 2. The company will also have Site, a new floating license system, on hand during the show.
Nugen�s AMB processor combines the company�s Loudness Management Batch processing tools and DynApt technology for loudness range targeting and content repurposing. The AMB processor adds to this with greater scalability, according to Nugen. Features include threaded algorithm processing and multiple processing threads that are addressable for simultaneous parallel handling of files and queues that enable post facilities to speed workflows and reduce delivery times. Future updates are expected to include batch upmixing and downmixing. Nugen plans to release the AMB processor in the third quarter of 2016.
The company will also show its Loudness Toolkit 2, which is now available for Adobe Premiere users. With the latest LM-Correct 2 release, Adobe Premiere users can access LM-Correct 2 as a Common Extensibility Platform panel within the editing environment, enabling LRA targeting through LM-Correct 2�s DynApt extension. The upgraded LM-Correct 2 is now available for free for existing LM-Correct 2 users.
Additional technology from Nugen Audio set to show up at the NAB Show includes Site, a new floating license system for license management for enterprise users of the company�s audio upmixing and loudness tools. Site uses server-based licensing technology to streamline and centralize license management across a network. The company will also have a new lease licensing option for its Post Pack and Producer Pack plug-in bundles.
Nugen Audio will be set up at booth SL8630 during the 2016 NAB Show in Las Vegas, which runs from April 16-21.