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== Description ==
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ADCTest is a free Windows-based open source application that tests and reports on audio analog-to-digital converters in accordance with Federal Agencies Digital Guidelines Initiative ([http://www.digitizationguidelines.gov/ FADGI]) established test methods and performance metrics.
The application was designed for simplicity and ease, with everyone from archivists to audio technicians in mind. ADCTest generates and analyzes test signals and provides simple pass/fail reporting along with detailed results to support users of diverse skill levels.
For the advanced user, all tests are fully customizable to allow test methods and reporting in addition to the FADGI guidelines.
== User Experiences ==
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* Guidelines: Audio Digitization System Performance http://www.digitizationguidelines.gov/guidelines/digitize-audioperf.html
* Using FADGI's ADCTest for Quality Control in Outsourced Audio Digitization: https://blogs.loc.gov/thesignal/2021/09/fadgi-adctest
== Development Activity ==
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ADCTest is maintained by [http://weareavp.com AVP] on [https://github.com/WeAreAVP/ADCTest GitHub].