Dolby E
Dolby   E   is   a   compression   system   used   to   reduce   the track   count   from   up   to   8   tracks   down   to   just   2,   so   that the   information   can   be   sent   down   a   standard   AES   pair. Most   broadcasters   require   5.1   sound   to   be   delivered   for transmission in this format rather than as discrete tracks. In    addition    to    encoding,    the    audio    must    also    be measured    to    determine    the    dialnorm    level    and    this value,   along   with   other   variables,   must   be   entered   into the    Dolby    E    metadata.    I    can    measure    LeqA,    LKFS, EBU-R128,    ATSC    A/85.    See    the    Loudness     page    for more information on these standards. Services offered are: Dolby E encode from discrete tracks Dolby E decode to discrete tracks Stereo LtRt or LoRo downmix from 5.1 Upmix from stereo to 5.1 Loudness measurement Loudness compliance
Dolby E
Dolby    E    is    a    compression    system    used    to reduce   the   track   count   from   up   to   8   tracks   down to   just   2,   so   that   the   information   can   be   sent down   a   standard   AES   pair.   Most   broadcasters require      5.1      sound      to      be      delivered      for transmission     in     this     format     rather     than     as discrete tracks. In   addition   to   encoding,   the   audio   must   also   be measured   to   determine   the   dialnorm   level   and this   value,   along   with   other   variables,   must   be entered    into    the    Dolby    E    metadata.    I    can measure   LeqA,   LKFS,   EBU-R128,   ATSC   A/85. See   the   Loudness    page   for   more   information   on these standards. Services offered are: Dolby E encode from discrete tracks Dolby E decode to discrete tracks Stereo LtRt or LoRo downmix from 5.1 Upmix from stereo to 5.1 Loudness measurement Loudness compliance