RTW Showcases Multi-License Server Solutions at IBC 2018

July 16 2018, 00:35
RTW, a leading vendor of visual audio meters and monitoring devices for professional broadcast, production, post production and quality control, will highlight the availability of floating licenses for its Masterclass Plug-ins at IBC 2018 (Stand 8.D89). Forthcoming versions of RTW’s Mastering Tools, Continuous Loudness Control (CLC) and Loudness Tools software plug-ins will include this new licensing.

Large broadcasters, film houses, recording studios and universities will especially benefit from this new licensing feature, which works within a local network. Via the iLok License Manager application, one networked computer can be configured as the primary server for the program. A user can then utilize any PC/Mac on the network to connect to the iLok Server and access a license. This helps streamline workflow by enabling staff to use the software from any networked workstation in the facility.

The Continuous Loudness Control (CLC) plug-in allows live audio and audio files to be processed to a given loudness value with no change to the original loudness range and protection of its true peak value. CLC improves the quality of loudness control through various enhancements, such as batch processing, extended format support, limiting and optimized presets for streaming. 

Loudness Tools and Mastering Tools are easy-to-use plug-ins that provide custom specifications and help to ensure compliance. Loudness Tools features metering and loudness displays for mono, stereo, multi-channel and surround applications, and standard sampling rates up to 96 kHz, including PPM and TruePeak measurements. Mastering Tools provides analysis and display functions for mastering, metering and loudness measurement for single- and multi-channel applications, including PPM scales and displays, VU appearance and TruePPM. 

The associated iLok License Manager is available as a free download direct from the iLok website. The iLok Server License is sold by RTW and is required for using the floating licenses. 
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