The ADP24 is the AES/EBU equivalent of the ADP10. The card is designed to decode the audio description track that is part of an AES/EBU audio stream. It reads the description track and mixes this with the program material. The result is then overwritten in the original audio description track (default 3/4). The user is free to change the default track description, and can change the individual offset delay of the audio tracks. The adjustable delay can also be used for compensation of other video related propagation delay like Dolby Digital encoding.
ADP24: Audio description and voice-over processing card
BPL02M_ADP24: I/O panel for ADP24 with unbalanced AES/EBU in and unbalanced AES/EBU out
BPL04M_ADP24: I/O panel for ADP24 with balanced AES/EBU in and balanced AES/EBU out
BPL05DM_ADP24: I/O panel for ADP24 with balanced AES/EBU in, balanced AES/EBU out and tracking on sub-D
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