Omnia A/X users get free upgrade
February 8, 2010, Cleveland Ohio, USA
Omnia Audio is offering existing users of Omnia A/X an upgrade to the processing and encoding power of Omnia A/XE at no cost.
Omnia A/XE elevates Windows-based audio processing, and now encoding, to heights even higher than those achieved by A/X. “After speaking with our customers and listening to what additional features they were looking for, we developed A/XE,” says Denny Sanders, managing director of Omnia Audio. “Since our users range from major radio broadcasters to basically anyone looking to stream audio, A/XE is a terrific choice because it offers so much in one package.”
Capable of processing multiple audio inputs for a variety of applications, bitrate-reduced and linear, Omnia A/XE runs in the background as a Windows service for 24/7 operation and can be fully-managed and configured remotely with a web browser. One instance of A/XE can process multiple audio inputs, encode each input in multiple formats and send each to multiple servers allowing you to reach the largest listener audience. Encode directly to MP3 or AAC, feed a Shoutcast-style or Windows Media Server in the MP3 format, or stream to Adobe Flash clients through a Wowza Media Server. You can also pair Omnia A/XE with third-party encoders such as Adobe Flash Live Encoder, Windows Media, and Real.
But wait, there's more! Using the included virtual audio cable driver, A/XE can accept audio from other applications on the same PC without needing to go through a physical sound card. The virtual audio cable driver also allows A/XE to feed the processed audio to other applications on the same PC. In addition to the virtual audio cable driver, Omnia A/XE also includes a license to the multi-channel version of the Axia IP-Audio driver. Customers that have a Livewire installation can use the Axia IP-Audio driver to read or write audio directly from the network without the need for hardware audio cards.
Of course, A/XE features the killer processing you’d expect from Omnia. These features include adjustable wideband AGC with a three-band compressor/limiter, EQ and low-pass filter, and a precision look-ahead final limiter to prevent clipping.
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Omnia, a Telos company, is world-renowned for its digital audio signal processing expertise. Omnia audio processors for FM, AM, TV, HD Radio & DAB, Internet, and audio production are setting new standards for professional audio quality.