I'd like to be able to take a pre-recorded audio track, toss it at Mumble's volume level adjustment, and get a new audio track with consistent volume level.
So you basically want to edit audio (files) with Mumble?
I think this is totally out of Mumbles focus.
I don't want to edit audio with mumble. I have a movie editor.
But I want to get the audio that I currently have better -- it was recorded with skype, and the audio level of my voice is much louder than the audio level of the people I was playing with.
I'm a unix guy. I look at things as a tool chain. And there's a "uniform volume leveler" tool in the middle of the mumble chain.
EDIT: as well as a "save audio to a file" tool ...
So you recorded audio with skype, which you want to adjust the volume level with?
That is editing audio files for me.
Furthermore, if you have an audio file with only one audio channel you want to adjust multiple voices audio levels in, it’s not as simple as changing aduio levels. More processing would be needed.
As you mention tool-chains: How is Mumbles job adjusting audio levels for audio files? It’s job is to provide voice communication. Other tools would follow Mumble in a chain there.
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