Jünger Audio has announced the official certification of Dolby E encoding and decoding for its flexAI audio system. Integrating the latest Dolby software libraries, the Dolby E implementations are now available as individual licenses for flexAI.
“Where encoding and decoding is concerned, especially with the integration of the latest generation software codecs, we continue a valuable collaboration in our new software-defined processing environment,” said Friedemann Kootz, managing partner of Jünger Audio. “After switching from Dolby’s hardware broadcast modules to the software libraries, we can now provide reliable codecs without physical limitations,” added Kootz.
The company says that the new encoders and decoders are the first of a series of upcoming codecs for flexAI and feature a similarly easy-to-use metadata workflow that has made the hardware-based Jünger Audio Dolby codecs a popular choice for Dolby E in the past. The company adds that flexAI is its new audio processing infrastructure platform and supports various forms of deployments on hardware and virtualized platforms. As a self-contained stand-alone solution, flexAI with Dolby codecs is available on the unique AIXpressor audio processor through its exclusive sales partner Telos Alliance.