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The Role of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers in Audio Standardization
The SMPTE, through its Engineering Committees, generates standards which aid in producing better quality sound for motion-picture and television audiences. Standards specify film and magnetic stripe dimensions; location, dimensions and reproducing characteristics of audio records; techniques for assessing recorded sound quality; and test films for checking and aligning sound recording and reproducing equipment. A complete list is presented and topical standards are described.
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