Re: [LAU] question about normalize-audio

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To: <shanerich@...>, <paul@...>
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Date: Friday, July 22, 2011 - 6:23 pm

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This program seems to do fairly close to what you want.

http://normalize.nongnu.org/

Check the README examples 3 & 4(+2)

EG3. "normalize -bv *.wav" will check all rms value=2C calculate the mean d=
eviation=2C then adjust any files that are more than twice the deviation of=
f.

EG4 will bring all files to the average=2C then you can use the batch mode =
(EG2) which will change all the files the same amount=2C rather than calcul=
ate each one on it's own.

Actually found it trying to find the command you are on about but would fin=
d no information on it...

Hope this at least in some way helps...

Dale.
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This program seems to do fairly close to what you want.http://norma=
lize.nongnu.org/Check the README examples 3 &amp=3B 4(+2)EG=
3. "normalize -bv *.wav" will check all rms value=2C calculate the mean dev=
iation=2C then adjust any files that are more than twice the deviation off.=
EG4 will bring all files to the average=2C then you can use the bat=
ch mode (EG2) which will change all the files the same amount=2C rather tha=
n calculate each one on it's own.Actually found it trying to fi=
nd the command you are on about but would find no information on it...<=
br>Hope this at least in some way helps...Dale.
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Re: [LAU] question about normalize-audio, shane richards, (Fri Jul 22, 5:08 pm)
Re: [LAU] question about normalize-audio, Dale Powell, (Fri Jul 22, 6:23 pm)