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STANDARD 23003-4
First edition
Information technology — MPEG
audio technologies —
Part 4:
Dynamic Range Control
AMENDMENT 2: Reference software
Technologies de l'information — Technologies audio MPEG —
Partie 4: Contrôle de gamme dynamique
AMENDEMENT 2: Logiciel de référence
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ISO/IEC 23003-4:2015/Amd.2:2017(E)
ISO/IEC 2017

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ISO/IEC 23003-4:2015/Amd.2:2017(E)

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ISO/IEC 23003-4:2015/Amd.2:2017(E)

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ISO/IEC 23003-4:2015/Amd.2:2017(E)
Information technology — MPEG audio technologies —
Part 4:
Dynamic Range Control
AMENDMENT 2: Reference software
Clause 7
Add a new clause after Clause 7:
8  Reference software
8.1  Reference software structure
8.1.1  General
Clause 8 contains reference software for MPEG-D DRC which has been derived from reference models
used in the process of developing this document. The software is provided as an electronic attachment
to this document.
Reference software is normative in the sense that it correctly implements the MPEG-D DRC decoding
processes described in this document. Complying ISO/IEC 23003-4 implementations are not expected
to follow the algorithms or the programming techniques used by the reference software. Although the
decoding software is considered normative, it cannot add anything to the textual technical description
of MPEG-D DRC included in this document.
The software described in Clause 8 and in Annex H is divided into three categories:
a) Bitstream decoding software is catalogued in 8.2. This software accepts bitstreams encoded
according to the normative specification in this document and applies the bitstream content to
an input audio file. While this software appears in the normative part of this document, attention
is drawn to the fact that the implementation techniques used in this software are not considered
normative (

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