LAS VEGAS, USA (AVING Special Report on 'NAB Show 2010') -- <Visual News> iZotope, a research-driven audio signal processing company born out of MIT, is offering high quality DSP to hardware manufacturers and software developers through their extensive licensing program.
For nearly a decade, iZotope has worked with small and large companies in Music, Film, TV and Radio Broadcast, Corporate A/V, Consumer Electronics, Business and Telecommunications. Top audio products such as Adobe Audition, Sony Sound Forge, Minnetonka's AudioTools AWE, Avid (Digidesign) Pro Tools, as well as video products such as Grass Valley / Canopus' Edius 5 and Techsmith's Camtasia Studio rely on iZotope DSP to provide the highest quality audio and functionality for their end users.
For production and asset management, content for broadcast can come in diverse and unexpected forms. Polished studio segments need to mesh with field footage, call-ins feeds, interviews, and many other elements, making the quality and consistency of audio extremely challenging. iZotope technologies help level the playing field with automatic technologies like adaptive noise reduction for noisy audio feeds, effects for creative or realistic segment production, and high-quality algorithms for seamlessly stretching and compressing audio content to match a video segment.
iZotope lends its technology to the post-production process as well, with proven success in audio metering, mastering, and volume leveling and effects for polishing segments for air. Stretching audio to specific time lengths without artifacts is crucial in the cutting room, and iZotope's Radius has been used in some of the top products in the industry.
Content delivery has its own challenges with noise, levels, and formats. Here, iZotope's audio DSP can ensure even levels for live audio streams and no loss of quality when exporting audio with different sample rates and bit-depths.
iZotope's stable of technologies includes adaptive noise reduction, sample rate conversion, dithering, natural and real-time pitch and time control, vocal enhancer and remover, effects and restoration. These technologies are available for Mac, Windows or embedded DSP applications.