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Emotion Systems to Show File-Based Workflows at IBC 2014
AMSTERDAM— Emotion Systems will show advances in their file-based workflows and how they improve efficiency at IBC 2014. The company will demonstrate the latest versions of eFF and Engine.
Emotion Systems enables its users to open a range of video and audio files as well as make the necessary measurements, adjustments and transcoding without conversion to baseband. Included in the list of supported file formats are: MXF, P2, LXF, QuickTime, WAV, AIFF and DPP; files with Dolby E.
eFF by Emotion Systems provides audio loudness compliance to a range of worldwide standards and can be used in multiple workflows including standalone, automatic watch folder and fully automatic through API integration.
Engine by Emotion Systems enables automated file-based audio workflows for loudness, Dolby E encoding and decoding, track replication and track swapping. It is controlled by use of a ReSTful API and offers easy integration to popular MAM Systems.
“We have worked very closely with our customers to understand the audio issues they have with file-based workflows, and this closeness has allowed us to engineer solutions that are functional, cost effective and scalable,” said Emotion Systems CEO MC Patel.
Emotion Systems develops and markets file-based signal processing tools to analyse and resolve issues with audio, video, time code and metadata.
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