I’m a newbie with JUCE. I want to create a lufs meter.
In the process, I found out about LUFSmeter (GitHub - klangfreund/LUFSMeter: An implementation of the loudness measurement algorithm ITU-R BS.1770) but the details on how to execute it are not specified. I also referred to the ‘How_to_set_up_windows_7_for_juce’ document, but I couldn’t proceed in that manner.
Is there anyone who can provide updates or assistance on this?
Luckily all information about the protocol is public.
You can find it (at least the core, there are many other resources refining on this) at:
I’m aware that the ITU documents exist. Rather, I’m specifically looking for how to apply the content found on that GitHub to JUCE. If there’s anyone who has recently implemented this, I would appreciate your help.
Yeah, I don’t think the project file, referred to in that document, is on the main branch.
multiChannelLoudnessBar branch though, there seems to be a project (and a jucer file) that you could try in
/projects, that could generate a project you could build.
Have you successfully built a peak meter already - if not start there?
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Thank you everyone for your kind responses. Thanks to you, I feel like I can start off my day on a positive note on the JUCE forum. I will try everything you’ve suggested. Have a great day!
Well, I personally love that it nicely partakes of the emotions conveyed throughout these otherwise very valuable learning suggestions, though. Definitely makes the journey more appealing and realistic
Well, I’ve done it a few times now, and it’s always the same trip