Actually, a question occured to me... *CAN* the current mp3gain undo gain manually? Or is the mp3-gain-amount information not recoverable from the MP3 file with the current version?
And I'm still curious how mp3gain manages to work with every mp3 decoder. What does it modify that every dencoder can recognize?
I suppose Glen will release it within the next few weeks.
I have an Archos Jukebox Multimedia 020. This is a portable MP3 Player.Does anyone have any suggestions for the use of MP3 Gain for use in levelling for portable MP3 Players like this? I currently have songs at all sorts of levels, and one minute I am straining to listen, next I am nearly deaf from the loudness on the next random song. I know there is Album Gain, Track Gain, and all sorts of no clip max gain, etc. Really I want one thing only. If I am listening to all of my songs on the player, I want them to sound all about the same volume.What is the best settings for this? If someone has already come up with some good settings for this, and can share them, I would greatly appreciate it.On a side note, why is it that some of the CDs I have converted to MP3 have all of the songs recorded as 100% gain in EAC? From reading this thread, it seams that this would be a bad idea. Is it just cheap CD manufacture?Thank youDavid
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I have never used this mp3gain before and was wondering if my soundcard drivers Auto Gain Control does the same thing as mp3gain. here is picture of the option http://www.tolley8.freeserve.co.uk/audio.PNG
Okay i think i understand now. I read the windows media player 9 help files and it can add volume leveling values to Windows Media files or MP3 files so they all have the same volume level. So mp3gain does the same thing right? and does anyone know what Auto Gain control is in my sound drivers? Thanx
Am I right in assuming mp3gain is the same thing as Replaygain in foobar ?
I just started MP3Gaining my files, but I couldn't find:Options\Each Folder Is Album (tick)Or most of the other options listed in the first couple posts..