Despite the global challenges that Covid-19 presented, 2020 was a productive year for Trinnov’s R&D team. Despite this period of uncertainty, Trinnov added extra resources and placed additional focus on research and development.
“At Trinnov, we value both ongoing innovation and sustainability,” says Arnaud Laborie, co-founder and CEO. “We feel these are important values to our long-term customers and to potential Altitude owners. In 2021, we will continue on this path. Our plan is to introduce multiple features that will enhance and improve the performance of all Altitude processors, regardless of when they were purchased.”
Adding Value with Software Updates
Ravenna/AES67: Audio over IP has already reshaped some branches of the professional audio and video industry, bringing much more efficient, convenient and cost-effective ways to transport vast amounts of audio and video signals across large infrastructures. Audio over IP raises technical challenges, especially when it comes to synchronization with sources and audio endpoints. As part of its R&D resources investment in 2020, Trinnov has managed to handle the requisite, multiple clock domains, and Ravenna/AES67 support will be coming to the Altitude platform in 2021, free of charge for all existing and future Altitude owners.
IMAX Enhanced: Announced a couple of years ago, IMAX Enhanced is shortly expected to be adopted more widely by major content makers, thus finally a consideration to the majority of Altitude owners. Trinnov is in the final stages of certification and will be officially releasing IMAX Enhanced in the coming months. As before with Trinnov codec updates, this update will be provided free of charge, and without requiring a hardware change.
Loudspeaker/Room Optimization improvements: The Altitude platform will receive a round of ongoing improvements that increases the Optimizer’s performance in 2021. Additional innovations are currently being developed and will be released in the near future.
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