The most effective and productive audio processing and sound restoration system yet developed, CEDAR Cambridge emphasises speed and ease of use. It allows you to record, to generate and edit metadata, and to work on one audio file while processing others in the background. It displays the video associated with the audio in many AV formats, offers powerful region editing and transcription capabilities, and even allows remote users to process their audio without disturbing the tasks being carried out locally.
• records up to 8 channels, allowing you to generate and edit Bext metadata
• processes world-world, disk-disk and disk-world as you require
• simultaneously applies multiple processes to your audio
• allows you to select precisely the tools and facilities that you need
• allows you to select from a wide range of I/O formats
• provides numerous analysis, metering and dithering options
• provides up to 8 simultaneous channels in both real-time and off-line use
• is easily scalable no matter how many channels you use
• is completely modular
• handles 96kHz audio with ease and offers 64-bit f/p processing at all times
• is fully automated and incorporates a dedicated SMPTE time code unit.
New Features :
CEDAR Cambridge now boasts an expanded File Processing system offering powerful new region Categories. These hugely enhance its ability to process multiple regions of audio and greatly extend its transcription capabilities when working with evidential or other forensic material. It also offers improved output mapping and an expanded Hot Keys section. But most impressively, it now supports video playback, displaying up to eight video streams simultaneously to help users ensure that the audio processing is always appropriate. Whether you're involved in fi lm or TV post, remastering for CD and DVD, working in broadcast, archiving, or even carrying out forensic audio investigation, we think you'll agree that CEDAR Cambridge is the most powerful and the most productive audio restoration system ever developed.
• The basis of forensic audio restoration
• Noise reduction
•Background noise suppression
• Impulsive noise removal (clicks and crackle)
• Adaptive filtering and other broadband noise reduction (dehissing)
• Treatment of individual sounds
• Level control (compression and limiting)
Multi-Process capability is now available - Allows many lines/files to be batch processed simultaneously. Any audio problems are targeted and processes attached to separate input folders for each line to be monitored. The entire system is asynchronous and can batch process many running a completely different noise removal setup. The source audio can come from anywhere. A dump from a CD or the output from a large scale telecom monitoring centre.