iZotope RX Document
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What is an RXDOC file?
Audio post-production specialists use iZotope RX Audio Editor to clean up audio files that will be used in movies, TV shows, and other productions. For example, a production engineer might use iZotope RX to remove a background hum from a TV show's dialogue track.
Projects created in iZotope RX are saved as RXDOC files. Saving a project as an RXDOC file preserves the original audio file that was imported into the project, as well as a record of all the edits a user made to that file. That way, the user can retrieve the original file or undo their edits as needed. After a user has finished editing their audio file to their satisfaction, they can export the cleaned-up audio using iZotope RX's export tools.
How to open an RXDOC file
You can open an RXDOC file in iZotope RX Audio Editor (Windows, Mac). To do so, select File → Open... from the program's menu bar. Then, navigate to and open your RXDOC file.
How to convert an RXDOC file
You can use iZotope RX Audio Editor to convert the audio an RXDOC file contains to several more common audio formats, including:
- .WAV - WAVE Audio
- .AIFF - Audio Interchange File Format
- .FLAC - Free Lossless Audio Codec
- .OGG - Ogg Vorbis Audio
- .MP3 - MP3 Audio
To do so, open your RXDOC file and then select File → Export....