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Re: [OT] Baseline MP3s



At 07:38 PM 9/6/02 -0400, you wrote:
Ashley M. Kirchner,

On Friday September 06, 2002 06:17, Ashley M. Kirchner wrote:
>     Does anyone know of any program (linux or winblows) that can go through
> several mp3's, check their volume, and if necessary, re-encode them with
> some baseline volume (after decoding of course)?  Kind of annoying when you
> have several gigabytes of MP3's on your server and you end up having to
> adjust your volume every once inna while because one was encoded with a
> higher or lower setting than another.

What you are talking about is called "normalizing".

And like everything else, someone has written something to do just that...
http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~cvaill/normalize/

For a windows based program, you might want to consider MP3Gain. http://www.geocities.com/mp3gain/


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