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Streaming and broadcast targets

Streaming and broadcast targets

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wjl Supporter
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Hi friends,

here's a video about this topic which explains it pretty good, and with examples one can easily follow. The intro is a bit long with almost 4 minutes, but then it gets to the important stuff:

[youtube]EiRMYoqU3ys[/youtube]

Here are those targets as a screenshot from the video:

[img]https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49541686033_5cfac55377_d.jpg[/img]

I always export with a target of -16 LUFS and -1 dBTP, pretty much like Apple would recommend:

[img]https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49506176337_52c7f14cc3_d.jpg[/img]

And if the music is very dynamic (which translates to "interesting" in my humble opinion), the LUFS output may even be lower if I don't "fight" that, like in my latest remix in #182443 :

[img]https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49542047296_67fcc4438d_d.jpg[/img]

Hope this is helpful to anyone.

Cheers,
Wolfgang
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posted on #2
KMstar
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thanks very much for sharing that, it was very informative
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posted on #3
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Interesting, thank you!!
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