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Jonnie Lewis
Premiere Pro Audio Levels/Audio Loudness for Broadcast
on May 9, 2014 at 3:48:28 pm

Hello,

I'm delivering a file for broadcast and have been given a spec sheet that has some audio settings which need to be met. Could someone please give me guidance on how to handle these settings within Premiere Pro?


Audio Levels:

Audio reference lineup should be -18dBfs (0 dBu / UK ppm 4)
Peak program level should not exceed -10dBfs (+8dBu / UK ppm 6)
Speech should be between -18dBfs to 13 dBfs (UK ppm 3 to 5)


Audio Loudness:

Digital files should be supplied to comply with EBU-R128 / ITU-R BS1770 loudness specification.
Audio loudness target should be set to -23LUFS.


Any help much appreciated!

Many thanks.


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Chris Borjis
Re: Premiere Pro Audio Levels/Audio Loudness for Broadcast
on May 10, 2014 at 12:07:23 am

sounds like the "CALM ACT" levels.

Premiere CC comes with a great metering plugin called "Loudness Radar"

just add it to your audio track then play it.

It should not go below -22



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Jonnie Lewis
Re: Premiere Pro Audio Levels/Audio Loudness for Broadcast
on May 22, 2014 at 12:45:06 pm

Hi Chris,

Thanks for this tip. Any other info regarding the other specs?

Audio Levels:

Audio reference lineup should be -18dBfs (0 dBu / UK ppm 4)
Peak program level should not exceed -10dBfs (+8dBu / UK ppm 6)
Speech should be between -18dBfs to 13 dBfs (UK ppm 3 to 5)

Many thanks again.


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