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 method will be used (regardless of the setting above).
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*Analyze as album gain - all tracks will be treated as an album and one gain value will be calculated.
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*Each folder is album - each folder will be treated as an album. If not checked, all files will be treated as an album.
 
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Revision as of 12:07, 13 February 2016

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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.
  • Each folder is album - each folder will be treated as an album. If not checked, all files will be treated as an album.

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