Author Archives: Alex Radzishevsky
Major update of AWT2 technology – version 0.12.00 is now available. (Encoder) new ‘-quality’ switch and SDK parameter. The parameter is related to an optional mechanism responsible for preservation of the original signal quality. The quality setting can be from … Continue reading
Audio Watermarking Tools (AWT) of www.audiowatermarking.info are now available on the Raspberry platform. Customers can run AWT on this compact and cost-effective ARM-based platform to perform live audio streams watermarking and monitoring. Details and information are available at www.audiowatermarking.info.
AWT1 1.3.0 – major technology update (decoder) drastically faster sync stage and immediate ‘no watermark’ detection in case of analysis of acoustically different files (decoder) new ‘-fast_sync’ switch, leading to twice faster synchronization (safe to use!) (decoder) changed math for … Continue reading
Major update of AWT2 technology – version 0.11.06 is now available (decoder) significant algorithmic speed-up in time-stretch analysis, much faster operation ARM Linux binaries are available Refer to the full changes log.
Major update of AWT2 technology – 0.11.05 now the CLI encoder tool uses only a fraction of RAM it required earlier. The encoding is now done buffer-by-buffer, and the tool does not load the entire audio file into memory. added … Continue reading
Talk-Zone #45 Interview with TrustedAudio
Announcing collaboration with Coval: https://medium.com/coval/coval-update-1116-5245a0d1eb4b#.hnmq7k4iq
AWT3, over-the-air signalling and triggering technology, has been updated. The new release features improved, more light-weight decoder function with signal time/speed-variation support. For more details, please contact AWT3 developer.
I’m glad to announce that TrustedAudio.com opens its doors for beta-testing. TrustedAudio (TA) is a professional web-based tool that provides an easy and reliable way to share, deliver, and distribute audio files securely by means of watermarking and digital signing. … Continue reading
VRT (http://www.vrt.be), The Flemish Radio and Television Broadcasting Organization of Belgium, licenses AWT technology to incorporate it within its broadcast monitoring system.