[Vorbis] Re: Question about volume level recording in Ogg Vorbis
bkhl at elektrubadur.se
Fri Oct 1 06:55:53 PDT 2004
"Franck Charlemagne" <fcharlemagne at workit.fr> writes:
> Is the reason of this fact is that it's depends on the volume level at
> burning time of the original CD ? If not, what is the reason ?
That's correct. There isn't (and shouldn't be) any standards for
recording volume of CD:s.
> Is there any way to increase volume level at Vorbis encoding time ? If
> yes with which tools?
There are loads of normalisation tools, for all platforms, that you
preferably use on the WAV files (or whatever input format you use)
before encoding them.
A better solution might be to make a tool that sets a tag on the OGG
file, according to which your player then can adjust it's volume. That
way, you don't need to risk damaging the "original" sample. There is
some sort of semi-standard for that, for MP3:s.
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