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**This extension is for Pro Tools HDX users who already own VisLM 2**
Confidence and peace of mind
VisLM’s unique loudness meter design delivers everything you need – intuitively, accurately and immediately. Hit the target first time, every time, with VisLM’s instant overview combined with detailed historical analysis. Mix with the confidence and peace of mind you can only experience with an industry standard product.
With a full set of international and regional presets, VisLM is ready to go immediately. And for legacy, station specific or internal specifications, VisLM can be fully configured to handle any situation; from detailed expert reporting to simple safety zones and navigable loudness alerts for less experienced operators.
Loudness compliance perfectly integrated into your workflow, using a clear resizable interface and groundbreaking ReMEM automated loudness memory technology.
True Peak level meters
Timecode locked ReMEM
Automated loudness overdub
Leq(m) and Leq(a) measurement
Momentary, Short-term & Integrated loudness
ITU-R BS. 1770 | EBU R128 | CALM compliant
Suitable for Netflix best practice
Navigable flags & alerts
VisLM remembers up to 24 hours of loudness data, locked to a time-code received directly from your NLE/DAW. Any minor edit or overdub triggers overall loudness updates, eliminating the need for end to end re-measurement. Plus loudness data is saved with the session.
Offline AudioSuite scans can be transferred to the real-time meter for faster than real-time measurement. ReMEM’s workflow acceleration is unparalleled, delivering best-in-class performance.
Comprehensive True Peak metering
VisLM's True Peak meter displays True Peak values as defined in ITU-R BS.1770. This accurately pre-empts and measures inter-sample peaks, allowing you to avoid potential distortion further downstream.
VisLM logs True Peak violations against your project time code in the scrolling history view, and navigable flags allow you to quickly identify problem areas on the timeline.
For Post, Broadcast and Games
VisLM is an ideal tool for loudness harmonisation between audio from multiple sources, consistently balancing music, dialog and special effects, and hitting specifications easily and intuitively. Whether working to meet legislation or simply towards internal loudness standards, VisLM’s workflow is rapid and objective.
VisLM also includes up to 7.1.2 surround support, and is PlayStation & Xbox One compatible.
Loudness Toolkit has been included in the audio tool category of Netflix’s Post Technology Alliance. This is a program for manufacturers that handles sound, image or metadata during the processes of production to post-production. If the product meets specific criteria, it is considered as a candidate for the alliance. Any product that bears the alliance logo has been assessed to ensure that it meets with Netflix’s technical and workflow requirements.
NUGEN loudness products are compatible with all recommendations and guidance based on the international standard ITU-R B.S. 1770, revisions 1, 2, 3 and 4 including:
VisLM also supports Leq(m) (TASA and SAWA variants) and Leq(a) measurements.
Loudness normalization introduces a common reference point for all stages of audio production, allowing audio professionals to stay in control of quality whilst meeting all loudness requirements and specifications.
Hit specifications easily and intuitively
Achieve average loudness harmonization from differing sources
Balance music/dialog/special effects
Take control of audio quality at source
Avoid 'level shifting' further down the broadcast stream
Produce consistent masters
Meet legislation and internal standards
Manage live broadcast levels rapidly and objectively
Consistently balance music/dialog/special effects
7.1.2 surround support
PlayStation & Xbox One compatible
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