How much latency do the ERA Bundle plug-ins introduce?
The ERA Bundle plugins introduce some latency, which is necessary for the complex DSP algorithms behind each product to perform as intended.
During playback, this may lead to a perceivable delay between the processed output of the effect and the rest of the mix, depending on the amount of latency.
Uh… this sounds bad! How can I solve this?
Most modern DAWs or NLEs can handle this with a feature called latency compensation, which automatically compensates for this offset/delay.
Is there anything specific I should do about this?
Normally, your DAW should be able to handle this automatically. However, if you are experiencing something unfamiliar, please contact our support team and they will help you asap.
Below, you can see the latency of each plug-in depending on the sampling rate of your project.
Why does the ERA Audio Clean-Up Assistant display 0 latency?
The ERA Audio Clean-Up Assistant functions as a “container” for the rest of the ERA plugins loaded inside it. The total latency is the sum of the latency of each plugin used inside it each time.
Why does the ERA Voice Deepener display variable latency? How does this affect my work?
Due to the nature of the processing algorithm, the ERA Voice Deepener has a variable latency. However, as before, your Audio/Video Editor (DAW or NLE) should handle it without any extra actions needed.
Find more about the ERA Bundle specifications, supported Audio/Video Editors & operating systems in the Compatible Audio/Video Editors with ERA page