The algorithmic analysis system notifies users of critical technical problems during transcription and stores a detailed quality report along with the audiofile.
The analysed data gives an immediate hint towards problematic transfer zones, such as loss of bandwidth due to smeared heads, correlation swap due to misphased replayers and/or tapes, as well as direct indication of anomalities of noisefloor raise. An especially viable azimuth analysis helps transfer technicians to align the azimuth correctly during the transfer on the replayer itself. Besides quality events, TAS (traces aided spotlistening) draws a complete analysis of events along the audio file. TAS, as well as all quality-related events are directly linked to the audiofile and behave in the NOA players as zoomable and linked peak-information to give – also in an asynchronous parallel transfer – an immediate overview of the quality of the audiofile no matter which carrier it has been ingested. This quality-related information – collected at the moment of ingest – is then stored in the jobDB™ or mediARC™ workflow system, allowing for both a centralized quality assessment, and export from the workflow system to mediARC or to a foreign MAM system.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ALGORITHMIC RECOGNITION