Certain statements in this press release, including statements regarding the performance and capabilities of the aacPlus
by Dolby, Dolby Media Meter, Dolby LM100 Broadcast Loudness Meter, Dolby DP600 Program Optimizer, the Cat.
1, and AAC-LC, aacPlus v1 and v2 stereo decoders and encoders.
The AAC-LC, aacPlus v1 and v2 multichannel decoder implementations from Dolby are available for shipment now to all licensees of Tensilica's Diamond Standard 330HiFi processor or the Xtensa LX processor with the HiFi 2 Audio Engine.
In the latest EBU (European Broadcasting Union) test of audio compression formats, aacPlus outperformed all other audio codecs in the test field in terms of efficiency while scoring overall audio quality results in the excellent range.
We are happy to recommend the adoption of aacPlus as the audio format for all SD and HDTV services and we are now in the final process of discussions to the use of this technology in order to have it officially implemented in the Brazilian system.
The forum clearly supports the recommendation of aacPlus as the audio format to the government.
NUREMBERG, Germany -- Coding Technologies, the leading provider of audio compression for digital broadcasting, mobile media, and the Internet, today announced that the EBU (European Broadcasting Union) has chosen its MPEG-4 aacPlus audio codec as a clear winner in a recent multi-channel audio test.
Additionally, a corresponding workshop held by the EBU revealed that aacPlus multi-channel audio encoding is now fully capable of handling and utilising Dolby metadata.
Coding Technologies' aacPlus codec represents a breakthrough in audio compression efficiency that delivers high fidelity stereo and multi-channel audio at far lower bit rates than previously thought possible.