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This Recommendation suggests a set of security safeguards to be applied when planning and designing media systems, software and services.
This Recommendation suggests a set of practices that should be followed when setting up connected TV services and associated websites to drive consumers' smart televisions.
This report is an introduction to Time-Frequency Slicing (TFS). TFS is a DVB technique that can combine multiple frequency channels into a single wider channel in order to improve the efficiency and robustness of DTT transmissions.
This Members only report provides an introduction to LDM, which is a technique enabling the simultaneous delivery of two independent broadcasting services in one terrestrial RF channel.
The EBU’s Loudness work has become a resounding international success. Many national broadcasters have adopted it and over 70 product manufacturers are offering tools in support of EBU R 128.
This supplement to EBU R 128 specifies a special set of loudness parameters for short-form content. This version 2.0 puts emphasis on the permitted Maximum Short-term loudness and does no longer include the use of the Max. Momentary Loudness limit.
In this document the properties of a loudness meter in the so-called ‘EBU Mode’ are introduced and explained in detail. This version 3.0 includes new minimum requirement test signals, clarifications and a new requirement on LRA stability signalling. This set of test signals complements the document.
The ‘Loudness Range’ (LRA) measure and the algorithm for its computation is introduced and explained in detail. Loudness Range is supplementary to the main audio Programme Loudness described in EBU R 128. This is version 3.0.
The document describes how to change audio levelling from peak normalisation to loudness normalisation in accordance with EBU R 128. This version 3.0 is a completely updated version based on 5 years of experiences in the use of loudness normalization.