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  • Tue, Dec 4 2012 3:13 PM In reply to

    • juise15
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    Re: Getting audio at the right level

    Folks, is it possible to take one of the spots that they claim is right and find its reference point?

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  • Tue, Dec 4 2012 3:30 PM In reply to

    Re: Getting audio at the right level

    juise15:

    Folks, is it possible to take one of the spots that they claim is right and find its reference point?

    If they have bars and tone at the head of it, the answer is yes.

     

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  • Tue, Dec 4 2012 7:22 PM In reply to

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    Re: Getting audio at the right level

    juise15:

    Folks, is it possible to take one of the spots that they claim is right and find its reference point?

    "Absolutely."  That's a technical joke since dB measurements are always "relative."

    With whatever metering you're using, look at the peaks and also the average level (which you can do by eye).  Make the levels of other clips look the same on the same meters.

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  • Sun, Dec 9 2012 3:50 AM In reply to

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    Re: Getting audio at the right level

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    "Absolutely."  That's a technical joke since dB measurements are always "relative."
    That's what this forum needs, folks!  More geek humour!

    I'm going to have to use that somewhere.

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    Re: Getting audio at the right level

    Wink

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  • Sun, Dec 9 2012 2:53 PM In reply to

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    Re: Getting audio at the right level

    Here the requirement for broadcast of a quite conservative brazilian tv channel, for dvd and web the Kenton values are what I also usually observe.

    Alessio


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