Telos Alliance introduces OmniaTools podcast audio processing software
Telos Alliance has unveiled its OmniaTools podcast audio processing software, an enterprise-class toolset that is said to give podcasters everything they need to deliver listenable audio with a consistently prominent sound.
As more audio is produced remotely and consumed on-demand, the challenge of consistent audio levels is becoming even greater. OmniaTools allows podcasters to automatically manage loudness levels and create a unique signature sound on podcasts and other on-demand content, helping them stand out, brand and keep audiences engaged. This enterprise-class Windows Service is designed to make it easy to deliver consistent loudness for all audio files, while improving the quality of the audio.
“If you care about your podcast content getting through to the listener, you should care about sound quality. Poor-quality sound is fatiguing and creates the risk of listeners tuning out. Like a dirty windshield, compromised audio quality obscures the sonic landscape. Details get lost, speech can be more difficult to comprehend, and content can suffer as a result,” said Marty Sacks, executive VP of sales, support and marketing at Telos Alliance. “OmniaTools makes podcast and other on-demand audio more listenable, less fatiguing and more consistent.”
OmniaTools is designed to be simple enough for anyone to use; it’s a case of dropping audio files into a watch folder, and OmniaTools creates a new, improved version, saving producers time by processing large numbers of audio files quickly and automatically.
OmniaTools complies with North American and international loudness control standards. It includes APTO loudness processing, file-based Omnia.9 processing, hot folder or API-driven processing, file-type auto-detect, and clearly labelled presets for out-of-the-box functionality.