Omnia Audio F/XE


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Omnia Audio F/XE

File-based audio processor and encoder
F/XE is a file-based audio processor and encoder application specifically engineered for podcasting or file-based streaming. It combines Omnia audio processing with Fraunhofer MP3 and AAC codecs. F/XE is software only; no special cards are required. It is able toread PCM WAV files, MPEG Layer-2 and MPEG Layer-3 source files. It can automatically send the output file to an FTP server and will notify the user at once by email if problems are detected. Logs are kept during processing so that the source of a problem can be traced. F/XE can also read metadata from external files and embed the information as ID3tags in the output files. It can encode the output audio using MP3 or AAC (including HE AAC and HE AAC v2), or save linear PCM WAV audio files.
216-241-7225
info@omniaaudio.com
www.omniaaudio.com


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