[Vorbis] Re: Question about volume level recording in Ogg Vorbis
junk01 at mn.rr.com
Wed Oct 13 19:21:43 PDT 2004
The way I do it is rip with EAC, encode with OggDropXPd, then use
Foobar2000 to set the per-track replaygain tag. Just open up Foobar,
throw them all on your playlist, select all, right click, "set per-track
replaygain" or whatever. It whips through them, done.
WinAmp5 supports ReplayGain for playback, and OggDropXPd supports
ReplayGain on decode - when I want to make audio CD's for car use and
such, I grab 20 ogg's, decode with OggDropXPd, and burn them using EZ-CD
- all playback at the same volume. Or excuse me, percieved loudness or
From: vorbis-bounces at xiph.org [mailto:vorbis-bounces at xiph.org] On Behalf
Of John Morton
Sent: Friday, October 01, 2004 9:14 PM
To: vorbis at xiph.org
Subject: Re: [Vorbis] Re: Question about volume level recording in Ogg
On Fri, 01 Oct 2004 08:20, Monty wrote:
> The best way to handle gain issues is during playback where you can
> just alter the volume on the fly without modifying the music itself.
> Some handheld players will do this; Google for ReplayGain.
Really?! Anyone know which ones?
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