UK-based broadcast equipment manufacturer TSL Products announces Phinix, available as stand-alone desktop applications or as a fully integrated enterprise solution. The new suite of tools includes comprehensive 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.
The company states that a new module that will analyze the file structure will be available soon. Phinix file-based audio solutions support a wide range of professional media formats, including MXF, LXF, GXF, QT, WAV and AIFF as standard.
At the core of the new suite of tools is the NIX ENGINE, a flexible and scalable audio server, either used for achieving medium to high levels of processing in an automated environment, or for providing cost effective flexibility in large post-production facilities.
Available as a stand-alone application, NIX LOUD is a cost effective software application that automatically 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.
The Phinix suite of file-based audio tools will be showcased for the first time in Europe at IBC on the TSL stand (#10.B41).