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Topic: ReplayGain, how should I select all files to process (Read 295 times) previous topic - next topic
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ReplayGain, how should I select all files to process

My ReplayGain scans of large genre (1500-2500 files) are not touching all the files. 
If I choose a genre in my left pane view by genre then in the playlist area select all files in the Library Viewer Selection and right click 'Remove ReplayGain information from files' I see a dialog that finishes way too fast for 1000 files (15s) and then if I do the same thing again there are still files to scan.
I am processing the files in the 1200x speed range.
Am I using this incorrectly?

Re: ReplayGain, how should I select all files to process

Reply #1
 Update: I scanned the folders for modified date and found that all files time stamps say they were changed. When I looked into random files with a disk editor I see the replaygain data. I think it's just reporting thing with the replaygain portion of fb2k.

Re: ReplayGain, how should I select all files to process

Reply #2
You can create custom playlist columns for displaying the ReplayGain info.
Foobar2000 can adjust the volume on playback or when converting using the ReplayGain data.

Track Gain (relative to the ReplayGain target volume)
[%replaygain_track_gain%]

Track Volume (-18dB is equivalent to the ReplayGain target volume of 89dB)
$if(%replaygain_track_gain%,$puts(X,$sub(-1800,$replace(%replaygain_track_gain%,.,)))$puts(VOLUME,$ifequal($get(X),0,0,$ifgreater($get(X),0,$replace(+$substr($num($get(X),4),1,2),+0,+),$replace($substr($num($get(X),5),1,3),-0,-))).$substr($num($get(X),5),4,5) dB)$get(VOLUME))

ReplayGain's Track Volume (89dB is the dumb way ReplayGain's target volume is officially specified)
$if(%replaygain_track_gain%,$puts(X,$sub(8900,$replace(%replaygain_track_gain%,.,)))$puts(VOLUME,$ifgreater($get(X),9999,$substr($get(X),1,3).$substr($get(X),4,5),$substr($get(X),1,2).$substr($get(X),3,4)) dB  ))$get(VOLUME))

Album Gain (relative to the ReplayGain target volume)
[%replaygain_album_gain%]

Album Volume
$if(%replaygain_album_gain%,$puts(X,$sub(-1800,$replace(%replaygain_album_gain%,.,)))$puts(VOLUME,$ifequal($get(X),0,0,$ifgreater($get(X),0,$replace(+$substr($num($get(X),4),1,2),+0,+),$replace($substr($num($get(X),5),1,3),-0,-))).$substr($num($get(X),5),4,5) dB)$get(VOLUME))

ReplayGain's Album Volume
$if(%replaygain_album_gain%,$puts(X,$sub(8900,$replace(%replaygain_album_gain%,.,)))$puts(VOLUME,$ifgreater($get(X),9999,$substr($get(X),1,3).$substr($get(X),4,5),$substr($get(X),1,2).$substr($get(X),3,4)) dB  ))$get(VOLUME))

Track Peak
[%replaygain_track_peak_db%]

 

Re: ReplayGain, how should I select all files to process

Reply #3
Wow, thanks for that. I didn't know about custom columns.

 
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