[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH 2/2] lavfi: EBU R.128 scanner.
ubitux at gmail.com
Mon Oct 1 22:22:26 CEST 2012
On Mon, Oct 01, 2012 at 10:14:56PM +0200, Clément Bœsch wrote:
> > Looks great otherwise, I didn't read it very carefully, but I think we
> > can commit and let it mature then.
> Right, then I'll push in a moment.
> Note: the version I'm going to push is slightly improved. I can't remember
> all the various changes but the main ones are:
> - Integrated loudness results fixed
> - I & LRA should be faster, with an histogram storing more info
> - added a summary at the end
> > I also wonder if we could make it a bit more flexible, for example to
> > make the short-term loudness and the momentary loudness windows
> > configurable (possibly useful for other purposes), but I don't
> > consider this blocking.
> The recommendation is quite explicit:
> The momentary loudness uses a sliding rectangular time window of
> length 0.4 s. The measurement is not gated.
> The short-term loudness uses a sliding rectangular time window of
> length 3 s. The measurement is not gated. The update rate for ‘live
> meters’ shall be at least 10 Hz.
> I'm sure we can add various customisation options, but I wouldn't play too
> much with these settings. OTOH Maybe the accuracy could be configurable
> for instance (see HIST_GRAIN), at the cost of a likely slower code. It
> would also needs some extra checks to make sure the range is sane (you
> need to take into account various stuff like the range of energies in
> Anyway, the next step is to add the True Peak feature, and maybe some more
> fancy information on the graph. I'll work on this later.
> But now, if anyone wants to play with the math behind the two filters (PRE
> and RLB) to merge them, as well as the support of other frequencies than
> 48kHz to avoid resampling, that would very welcome. It involves some kind
> of complex math according to what I read on HydrogenAudio. Here are some
> references I found over the threads:
> Oh and BTW, thanks a lot to cbsrobot for providing me some references
> results which greatly helped me to fix the integrated loudness.
And forgot to add: there is some start/stop/reset commands to implement
(it's requested in the recommendation).
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