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Dolby E is an audio bit-rate reduction system for audiovisual distribution applications. The coding system was developed for situations involving tandem coding operations, editing, and switching at video-frame boundaries; and transport on AES3 serial-digital data paths. Special TDAC transforms are organized in a frame structure which allow adaptive transform lengths and frame synchrony with video framing
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