Software Revision - v2.4.X
Document Revision - January 2021
Custom presets: You can save up to 10 custom presets.

NOTE: If preset has an * in front of its name, that means that the
preset has been edited.

  1. Pause measurements - Pause all measurements.
  2. Pause integrated and loudness range measurements - All other
    measurements are not paused. It will be indicated in the histogram
    with a white block over the loudness measurements.
  3. Auto reset on host play - All measurements will reset after you
    stop and start playback or if you jump a play position in the playlist.
  4. Reset all measurements - All measurements will reset
  5. Hold Max - Shows a maximum of momentary, short-term and true
    peak measurements. Values will change their color to red if the
    threshold is exceeded. You can set custom thresholds in the
    SETTINGS menu.
    ● Click on the value to reset
  6. Readouts - Show numerical values for short-term, integrated,
    loudness range, peak to short-term loudness and peak to integrated
  7. Readout focus - It helps you to visually focus on the specific
    readout. It can be changed in the VIEW menu.
  8. Main meter - Shows momentary loudness.
  9. Loudness range - Shows loudness range.
  10. Meter triangle - Shows short-term loudness.
  1. Loudness distribution - Shows distribution of all loudness
  2. Dynamics distribution - Shows distribution of all dynamic range
  1. Window Size - Sets the window size that is used in the histogram
  2. Histogram mode
    ● Continuous - Continuously measuring the loudness regardless
    of the state of host playback.
    ● Elapsed - Pauses the measurements if the host pauses the
    ● Time Code - Loudness data is stored against the time code
    position. This mode enables the loudness overdub mode.
    ● System Time - Choose this option to select a system clock
    (HH:MM:SS) reference. System time mode will allow events to
    be correlated with the system clock. This mode will be useful
    to track loudness measurements of live events and other
    scheduled programs.
  3. Histogram view - Shows or hides short term, momentary or true
    peak values from the histogram.
  4. Window control - Shows a macro overview of the histogram
    history stored within the plug-in. The rectangular window shows the
    data currently represented in the history display and can be dragged
    left/right to locate a specific region in the histogram inspector.
    ● Click outside the rectangular window to quickly jump to a region
  1. Tracking - This control determines whether the histogram graph
    automatically scrolls, or shows a static view. Click to toggle the auto
    tracking on/off. Tracking will be automatically turned on if you reset
    the data.
  2. Loudness - dynamics switch - Select loudness or dynamics
  3. Current position - Shows the position where current
    measurements are drawn. It will change its color to red if a value has
    been drawn from an incomplete buffer. It needs to pass 3 seconds for
    the buffer to become complete and to have true loudness
    representation. If the plugin host supports it, you can set a 3 seconds
    pre-roll window to compensate for that. If the current value is from an
    incomplete buffer, it will be inserted only if there are no previous
    measurements from the complete buffer on that position. Values
    from the complete buffer will overwrite all the previous
  4. Loudness target - Shows the loudness target that was set in the
  5. Incomplete buffer - Marks where the values from the incomplete
    buffer were inserted.
  6. Paused - Marks where the measurements for integrated and
    loudness range were paused.
  1. True peak above the threshold - Marks where the true peak was
    going over the threshold. A threshold can be changed in the
  2. Mouse over - Shows numerical measurements that are in the
    horizontal position of the mouse.
  3. Analyze file - Select audio or video file to quickly analyze it.
  4. Invert time - It will change time counting direction for Elapsed
    and Continuous histogram mode.

● Double click to resume tracking.
● Click and drag left/right to move through the measurements
● Click and drag up/down to move histogram scale.
● Move the scroll wheel to change window size (you might need to
click on the plug-in interface first to get the mouse wheel to
work). If tracking is disabled, moving a mouse wheel will change
the window size relative to a mouse position.
● Hold CTRL and move scroll wheel to move the graph

Get a quick and complete analysis by dropping an audio file on the
Currently supported file formats are WAV, MP3, OGG and FLAC, and
all other operating system supported audio or video files.
NOTE: Dropping audio or video on the plugin will discard all previous

  1. View menu - This menu will control all settings regarding the plugin
    NOTE: “Readout Focus” will set the gray outline below the specific
    readout in the MINI VIEW. This will help you to visually focus on
    specific measurement.
  2. Registration menu - Here you will register the PRO version of the
    plugin. After you buy the PRO version, you will receive an email with
    your license. Then you can copy your registered email and serial
    number and paste it in the correct fields to register the PRO version.
  3. Export menu - Here you can export all measurements and graphs
  4. as a PDF, PNG, SVG, EXCEL or Graph Memory file. The export look will
  5. be influenced by the plugin settings, so if you change the scale for the
  6. HISTOGRAM VIEW, for example, the scale will be changed on
  7. exported PDF too.
  8. You can also import graph memory files to reference previous
  9. measurements.
  10. If you want to set the custom logo to be the background behind the
  11. file name, you will need to have a PNG image with the resolution of
  12. 1748px width, and 79px height. You can use images with a higher
  13. resolution, but you need to maintain the aspect ratio.
  14. If you just want to have your logo embedded in the exported file, you
  15. don’t have to worry about image size, it will be scaled and placed
  16. automatically.
  17. Settings menu - Sets the SETTINGS of the plugin.


  1. Color thresh up - If measurements are above this threshold, the
    graph will change its color.
  2. Color thresh down - If measurements are below this threshold, the
    graph will change its color.
  3. Color Transition - Sets the color transition. This is useful for
    visualizing streaming presets since we don’t have a precise threshold
    for it.
  4. Scale Offset - Sets the scale offset.
  5. Scale Range - Sets the scale range.
  6. Loudness target - Sets the visual indication on the scale. Also, it
    controls zero position if the relative scale is engaged.
  7. Relative scale - Changes the scale so that value from “Loudness
    target” will become zero on the scale.
  8. Integrated gate - Select integrated loudness relative gate
  1. Integrated Dial Gate - Sets the method for calculation of
    Integrated Dial measurement. Select DIAL-RELATIVE to switch
    automatically between dialog and relative gating based on the
    minimum dialog threshold.
  2. Dialog Readouts - Switch between normal and dial readouts.
  3. Min Dialog % - If DIAL-RELATIVE gating is selected, INTEGRATED
    DIA loudness will auto switch to relative gating if below the threshold.
  4. Range - Sets the scale range.
  5. Color thresh - Sets the threshold for different colors. You can also
    disable colors.
  6. DR Target - Sets the visual guide for dynamics graph.
  7. Auto gradient - If on, changing the DR target will change color
    thresholds. You can leave it off if you want to change colors manually.
    Here you can set the threshold for the alerts. There are two types of
    alerts: if the measurement goes below the threshold, or above the


  1. Use global settings - If on, the plugin will use global advanced
    settings. Every new instance of the plugin will have the same
    advanced options.
    If off, all options you set will be saved per plugin instance.
  2. Eco true peak - If on, switches true peak detection to a lower
    quality one, however true peak detection will still comply with the ITU
    recommendation. CPU usage should be reduced by ~40%.
  3. Save graphs - If on, the plugin will save all graphs with the host
    project. If reloading all graphs after host project reloads is not
    important to you, you can disable this option.
    If off, the project file size will be greatly reduced.
  4. Graph compression - If on, the plugin will compress all graphs
    before saving the project. This will make the saving process slower,
    but the project file size will be ~60% reduced.
  5. Graph truncation - If on, the plugin will lower the quality of the
    graphs before saving the project. This will make the saving process
    slower, but the project file size will be ~75% reduced.
  6. Remember APP session - If on, the next time you load the app all
    settings will be retained from the previous session.
  7. Input gain - If on, the volume correction will be applied to the
  8. audio signal before it gets analyzed. You can use this to offset all
  9. measurements.
  10. HELP
  11. Enable news - If on, the plugin will check for news once a day. If the
  12. OS firewall is blocking the internet connection for a host, the plugin
  13. won’t be able to check for the news.
  14. Enable BETA news - If on, the plugin will check for BETA version
  15. updates once a day.
  16. Enable tooltips - Get short info when hovering the mouse over the
  17. elements.

Special thanks for all BETA testers that have helped over the years!
Also, thanks to everyone who has bought the PRO version or spread the
word about this software over the years!
Code and graphics design was done by Julijan Nikolic - Youlean