Marlow, U.K. (August 19, 2015)—TSL Products has released Phinix, a suite of tools that reportedly enable audio engineers to measure, correct and adjust audio files on the fly without having to return them to post facilities.
Available as standalone desktop applications or as a fully integrated enterprise solution, the new suite of tools includes loudness measurement, correction and compliance, Dolby-E encoding and decoding, options for track shuffling and up/down mixing, audio description mix, as well as channel replacement and extraction. A new module that will analyze the file structure will be available soon. Phinix file-based audio solutions support various professional media formats, including MXF, LXF, GXF, QT, WAV and AIFF as standard.
Available as a standalone application, NIX Loud is a software application that auto-analyzes, detects and normalizes audio loudness violations in file-based media. NIX Loud complies with the latest standards, based on ITU-R BS.1770-3 and BS.1771, ATSC A-85, OP59, TRB-32 and EBU R128.