More iZotope DSP Technology Licensed

TechSmith Camtasia Studio to feature iZotope's VocalEnhance and AudioRestore      26/10/06

More iZotope DSP Technology Licensed


Yet another company has signed on for iZotope technology. TechSmith Corp. of Okemos, MI have licensed iZotope's VocalEnhance and AudioRestore technologies for use in the latest version of Camtasia Studio.
Camtasia Studio is a complete solution for recording, editing and sharing rich screen video presentations. Pairing a powerful feature set and intuitive controls, it is well suited for beginners and professionals who need to work quickly and efficiently to create video presentations for use on the web, CD, or portable media players.
By controlling sibilance, plosives, and rumble and creating a smooth, radio announcer sound, iZotope's VocalEnhance greatly improves the quality and intelligibility of voiceover recordings in Camtasia Studio. Additionally, the AudioRestore suite intelligently removes unwanted noise from consumer-grade microphones and office environment sounds like cooling fans and air conditioners. The combination of these technologies allows users to get excellent audio results with little or no interaction.
Troy Stein, Camtasia Studio Product Manager told us, "iZotope has established a reputation as one of the premier innovators in audio technology.The addition of their DSP greatly enhances the audio capability of Camtasia Studio. Our customers record their audio in really challenging environments. iZotope's DSP makes them sound great and makes us look good!"
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