iZotope announces RX Loudness Control
iZotope will open at NAB pre-orders for its upcoming RX Loudness Control plug-in for post-production and broadcast.
The RX Loudness Control is already included in the RX4 audio processing suite and it will be available separately this Spring as an AudioSuite DPM and AAX plug-in for Avid Media Composer and Pro Tools ; it will also be included in the Adobe Premiere Pro open extension API.
With a couple of clicks, the plug-in will automatically analyze the audio and render a broadcast/post-production Loudness compliant file and a .CSV log file. It will support mono, stereo and surround up to 5.1 channels.
iZotope will start accepting pre-orders at the NAB Show mid-April. Full details of the upcoming RX Loudness Control are expected soon at www.izotope.com.
Please note that the picture on this page is not the final screenshot of the plug-in, iZotope has not provided pictures yet.
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