r128gain

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R128GAIN is a FFmpeg and SoX based EBU R128 compliant loudness scanner for audio and video files. It helps you normalizing the loudness of your audio and video files to the same level.

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    1. Would be nice to be able to select "db" instead of "LU" for tagging from GTK apps. db can be chosen if cli programm is started. 2. Would be nice to be able to limit the tags written into file. 9 new tags are written to my flacs by default!!! E.g. I'd just need replaygain_album_gain and maybe replaygain_track_gain. 3. I do also experience slow-downs, especially when doing large collections Processor load on my 8 Core machine with 8GB RAM is around 99.3% !?!? And still it took 6 hours for 3000 tracks! 4. If I convert large collections with hundreds of CDs, it would be nice to have an option that would allow to skip files/directories that are already converted and/or do have a certain RPG tag in place. That's one of the key features I'd like to see. Because after 6 hours I broke up the process and got just 50 % converted. Now I'm forced to redo all of them. Beside that I really like the application. I hope somebody is reading this. Cheers

    Posted 01/07/2014
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Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop, Telecommunications Industry

User Interface

Command-line, GTK+, Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

C

Registered

2011-01-04
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