MediaLector is capable of transferring up to eight stereo sources in parallel at 44.1-48 kHz resolution, extracting the audio information, and annotating relevant subcode while scanning the signal using NOA’s algorithmic detection. MediaLector also constantly monitors the status of error-correction stages in the DAT drives and annotates the quality-relevant data synchronously to the audio stream with Sony DAT machines. The result is a 100% documented audio transfer with a digitization proof-stamp written to the database along with the audio material.
|1-8 parallel transfers||Audio stream resolution: 16-bit (32-bit)/44.1 kHz or 48 kHz|
|Manual load mode; Auto mode (upon pre-sorted lists); Barcode mode||Automatic carrier manipulation (hands-off operation)|
|Tracks interpolations and DAT mutes||Collects block error rates (BLER) in an easy-to-read trace|
|Tracks playback condition||Outputs start IDs|
|Detects and optionally corrects eventual pre-emphasized audio||Batch transcription maximizes throughput by outputting only the erroneous transcripts for QC (optional)|
|Create and edit cue and quality points during recording||Set all-time undo trim points for start and stop of the audio|