[vorbis-dev] replaygain support
j_coalson at yahoo.com
Wed Nov 26 09:56:59 PST 2003
--- Jack Pavlovsky <man at oceanography.ru> wrote:
> John Morton wrote:
> > On Wednesday 26 November 2003 13:08, Paul Martin wrote:
> >> On Wed, Nov 26, 2003 at 12:40:49AM +0300, Jack Pavlovsky wrote:
> >> > I know this is off-topic, but I'd just like to know if ogg123 is
> >> > going to support REPLAYGAIN tags (I've seen that it prints the
> >> > replaygain comments, but that's just about it), and if so, in
> >> > timeline?
> >> And while you're at it, add a "--gain" option to ogg123. It could
> be in
> >> dB or a percentage (like mpg321).
> > The vgplay backend code does this, and provides limiting options:
> > http://www.nongnu.org/vgplay/
> >> I did suggest an ov_read_gain() function, with code, at least a
> >> ago.
> > It depends on how xiph want to treat libvorbisfile. Right now it
> > helper functions to make decoding and encoding more straight
> forward, but
> > this doesn't include the kinds of things that are in flac's plugin
> > library (which includes replaygain calcuations, I believe).
> > If they where to remain separate, it would be useful to have the
> integer pcm
> > packing code as a separate function, though.
> > John
> Renamed subject.
> So, is there any consensus among libvorbisfile developers as what to
> do with replaygain?
> After all, who decides this stuff? - maybe send this question to
> Replaygain is a good feature and easy to implement. It has to be
> added somewhere in the
> code (default vorbis-tools should support it).
what would make it easier would be a separate library for
replaygain with a nice, stable API so multiple projects could
use it without too much trouble. there is the beginnings of
such a thing in the FLAC sources; if someone wants to take
that and run with it I'd be happy to use it.
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