Broadcast and Cinema on the Radar!
Radar Meter Bundle for Pro Tools|HD is a complete loudness meter package that is perfect for all post and production studios whether they deliver for broadcast or cinema.
Pro audio is moving decisively away from the peak level based normalization method that has caused so much havoc with trailers in movie theaters, commercials in broadcast and hyper-compressed pop/rock in music.
The new and better mantra is to combine frequency weighting with
an energy-integrated measure of sound, or equivalent continuous
sound level, abbreviated Leq. Broadcast has standardized on Leq(K)
for measuring loudness, and for the balancing of programs, while
level regulation of commercials and trailers in movie theaters is
based on a measure of annoyance, also known as Leq(M).
LM5D version 2 is the ultimate loudness meter plug-in, offering full compliance with all of the major broadcast standards in their latest versions: e.g. EBU R128, ATSC A/85 and ITU-R BS.1770-2.
AM6 is designed specifically with delivery for cinema in mind, offering a detailed radar view that allows you to control the loudness of trailers and commercials for cinema. AM6 conforms to the TASA standard, which is used by authorities such as MPAA to certify theatrical trailers.
Both LM5D and AM6 are protected by the same iLok license ("LM5D"), which means that long-time users of LM5D will be able to download and use AM6 for free. Further, both plug-ins are approved for use with Pro Tools HD 9.
Radar Meter Bundle for Pro Tools HD is a complete loudness meter package that is perfect for all post and production studios whether they deliver for broadcast or cinema.
Radar Meter Bundle is a free upgrade for existing LM5D users.
Please note that the iLok license is named "LM5D".
Free 14 Day Demo License
There are many aspects to loudness, and keeping track of all of them can be a challenge. Therefore, we have created a dedicated loudness website, where all of these aspects are outlined, explained and discussed.
The site is an answer to the highly relevant
"What Is Loudness, and Why Is It Important?"
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In the Press
Our history in digital audio dates back to 1985 and as pioneers in loudness, we took part in research studies and the definition of international broadcast standards right from the start.
Over the years, we have even donated technology that is now part of these open, international standards.
That is why world-leading broadcast magazines often invite us to share our knowledge with their readers.