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A Personalized Preset-based Audio System for Interactive Service
A conventional audio service provides mixed one audio scene to user, so user can control the overall volume only. In personalized audio service however, user can control properties of audio objects such as loudness, direction and distance to construct his/her audio scene. But it is not easy to create audio scene for normal users, so we adopted preset-based system, which can provide various audio scenes to user and user can choose one of them based on his/her preference, conveniently. The system consists of an authoring tool, streaming server and a terminal. In this paper, we present design and implementation method of a personalized preset-based audio system and describe the simulation results and applications.
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