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Loudness Meter in Multitrack for Broadcast

Engaged ,
Dec 19, 2023 Dec 19, 2023

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I need to work in a Multitrack Sequence to Output eight channels for broadcast and be able to do track routing. Now I like to work with the Loudness Meter effect as well. But I am afraid the Loudness Meter measures Loudness of all eight tracks. Can I set the effect to use only the first stereo pair of my eight tracks? Or do I need to create a submix and apply the effect there?

At the bottom of the window of the loudness effect I can see "In: L, R, C, LFE, LS, LR..." So its definitely monitoring ALL Channels.

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Community Expert , Dec 22, 2023 Dec 22, 2023

I have Loudness Radar on my Windows system, perhaps it is missing on a Mac

 Prmeiere Version 24.2.0 Beta

 

Loudness radar.png

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Engaged ,
Dec 21, 2023 Dec 21, 2023

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Could someone frome adobe clarify how loudness is measured on a multichannel master track and if its possible to measure only the first two tracks as a stereo pair? Thanks for your help!

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Dec 22, 2023 Dec 22, 2023

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The channel map editor in the radar effect might give you what you want:

 

Channel map editor.png

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Engaged ,
Dec 22, 2023 Dec 22, 2023

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Thanks a lot Richard!! 🙂

I can even set the channel layout of the master to two channels during the edit and so the effect is fine and switch back for export. 🙂 

I loved the radar effect some years ago - its a pity that it had been replaced by the loudness meter.

I guess for licesing reasons?

Is there any way to get it back in the latest premiere version? 

Can I reinstall it somewhere?

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Dec 22, 2023 Dec 22, 2023

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I have Loudness Radar on my Windows system, perhaps it is missing on a Mac

 Prmeiere Version 24.2.0 Beta

 

Loudness radar.png

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Engaged ,
Dec 22, 2023 Dec 22, 2023

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You are right.

Unfortunately only "Loudness Meter" available on apple silicon.

I dont want to run in rosetta just to make it available.. thats a pity..

Known differences and limitations

Some differences in functionality and features are unavailable in Premiere Pro on Apple silicon chips.

  • Capture workflows (DV, HDV, third-party capture support, and device control)
  • The loudness radar effect.
  • Export to Wraptor DCP
  • Import and export of the GoPro CineForm codec
  • Import of specific XDCAM formats (currently XDCAMEX)
  • Export to the P2 Movie format

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Dec 22, 2023 Dec 22, 2023

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Richard,

 

You are so helpful on things like this, thanks!

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Engaged ,
Dec 22, 2023 Dec 22, 2023

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By the way: I didnt know that the effect also affects the output. I set it to stereo monitoring and exported my eight tracks. After sending the file I found out that all audio on all other tracks was missing. So beware: You have to remove the loudness effect or set it back to all channels before export.

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Dec 23, 2023 Dec 23, 2023

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Well spotted. I suppose they use the same code regardless of wether the 'effect' has an output.

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