Monthly Archives: December 2011

Two days left to participate in NoTube’s Loudness Web Evaluation!

In NoTube we are investigating loudness normalisation in  multimedia environments. To investigate different listening situations and user preferences, we launched a web evaluation in October 2011 and already published some preliminary results. To gather more test data in order to … Continue reading

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Preliminary findings of N-Screen user testing

Libby and I recently spent two days testing NoTube’s ‘N-Screen’ prototype with members of the public at the BBC R&D user testing lab in London. As Libby has described previously on this blog, N-Screen is a second screen prototype application … Continue reading

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First Results of the User Evaluation on Loudness Harmonisation on the Web

The evaluation of different loudness harmonisation methods which was previously carried out in NoTube as part of our work in the context of loudness normalisation clearly showed the excellent performance of EBU-R 128 (see also our previous blog post). However, … Continue reading

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