Difference between revisions of "Normalize"

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*Save in tags - loudness level of the audio won't be affected, normalization values will be saved in metadata, instead.
 
*Save in tags - loudness level of the audio won't be affected, normalization values will be saved in metadata, instead.
 
*Force scan - normalization scan will be run for files even if they already have existing normalization values in metadata.
 
*Force scan - normalization scan will be run for files even if they already have existing normalization values in metadata.
*Analyze as album gain - all tracks will be treated as an album and one gain value will be calculated. '''Please note''', that EBUR128 will be used a method in this case (regardless of the setting).
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*Analyze as album gain - all tracks will be treated as an album and one gain value will be calculated. '''Please note''', that EBUR128 method will be used (regardless of the setting above).

Revision as of 11:00, 25 August 2015

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  • Use EBUR128 - use EBUR128 as a normalization method (used by default).
  • Use ReplayGain - use ReplayGain as a normalization method.
  • dB - level used for ReplayGain
  • Apply to Audio - normalization will be applied to output audio, i.e. loudness level will be altered.
  • Save in tags - loudness level of the audio won't be affected, normalization values will be saved in metadata, instead.
  • Force scan - normalization scan will be run for files even if they already have existing normalization values in metadata.
  • Analyze as album gain - all tracks will be treated as an album and one gain value will be calculated. Please note, that EBUR128 method will be used (regardless of the setting above).