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The Role of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers in Audio Standardization

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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 typical standards are described.

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