Auphonic Leveler processes multiple audio files
Austrian company Auphonic introduces Leveler, a batch file processor for Mac OS X and Windows.
The Auphonic Leveler analyzes and modifies the level differences between channels/speakers. You can use it with any type of audio files, the software supports broadcasting standards (EBU R128, ATSC A/85, ITU-R BS.1770, etc.).
To process the files, Leveler uses various analysis, correction and normalizing algorithms, a True Peak limiter and a high-pass filter. It also generates statistics with warnings of the processed files (input and output). These statistics can also be exported as text, JSON or YAML compatible files.
The Leveler supports the most popular audio formats (WAV, AIFF, FLAC, MP3, Ogg Vorbis, AAC, ALAC, MP4/M4A/M4B…).
Leveler is available fo 59€/$69 excl. taxes for a single license and non commercial use, or 279€/$369 excl. taxes for commercial use with 5 licenses. A trial version can be downloaded from auphonic.com/leveler.
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