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Subject: RE : Volume leveling?
From: Henri David (hdavidlists_at_free.fr)
There is also a function that is included in the mas (at least on the
recorder model) called AVC (for auto volume control) that may help you
to normalize the level. This option is available in the sound settings
menu in rockbox.
See page 11 in manual :
De : owner-rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se [mailto:owner-rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se] De
la part de Magnus Holmgren
Envoyé : vendredi 11 avril 2003 18:39
À : rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se
Objet : Re: Volume leveling?
Gady Keidar wrote:
> I'm using the 1.4 release at the moment and was wondering if there
> were any attempts of handling the volume differences between different
> files. On my PC, I'm using the MUSICMATCH Jukebox that have a volume
> leveling function, not a bad feature - better than nothing. If I
> understand correctly, the function is "marking" any chosen file, so
> that next time, the Jukebox will play that file with slightly higher
> volume than the current one. Those marked files won't work on the
> Archos, I need to remove the mark (not a problem). If I didn't got the
> idea right I would be more than happy to hear how it realy works, but
> the main reason I sent this mail was to find out if a function like
> volume leveling is possible in Rockbox.
> So please let me know what's the situation on this subject. Thanks.
Try MP3Gain (http://www.geocities.com/mp3gain/). It changes the volume
of the MP3 itself, trying to make the perceived volume equal (optionally
maintaining the relative volumes between tracks in an album). A
must-have program, IMO.
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