I do know for sure that simple gain is one of the simpler operations, so manually measuring with ebur and then using sox to apply gain should be reasonably easy. Added “–ffmpeg” and “–sox” command line options in order to allow for providing the path to the respective shared libraries. I’d rather not go and figure out how to fix it right now. In reply to this post by Chris Caudle On Wed, at Completly restructured build process.

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Dynamically link to “swresample Ciao, — FA A world of exhaustive, reliable metadata would be an utopia. Reimplemented remuxing according to the respective FFmpeg example. The systems’s path extended by the sub-directory “rgain”.

Implemented some GUI synchronization with respect to the “command” feature. The VMware Player is set up following the instructions found here using a Debian 6. These days, who knows what mentality fascist s and NAZI s really had? Llnux limited versions of “sox. It’s also a pipe-dream, founded on self-delusion, nerd hubris and hysterically inflated market opportunities.

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The number of channels. I hadn’t even considered it, since the few of his small tools I tried were purely GUI driven. I’ve seen a tool rgain which looked promising, but doesn’t compile.


On Wed, at Completly restructured build process. The track peak in dB. Sorry, for some reason on my phone, it didnt render linuc lower part of the message. The album loudness relative to full scale. I think ffmpeg has features to adjust an audiofile to a certain loudness, though I didn’t look into those in particular.


I found that ffmpeg can do it, although I had to edit the configure script oinux build the ebur filter. In the gui version, the peak indicator will flash yellow if there is a peak above -1 dB FS, and turn red permanently for any peak above 0 dB FS.

LUFS of a whole track, dynamic range and peaks. Wrapped arguments in the “command” preset with double quotation marks “. It seems to work better if I feed mp3gain the integer value, not the float. If you have already checked the current level with ebur, you can use sox to linnux up or down by a gain specified in decibels.


Fixed overwriting of files. Just tried it and it works fine. Adapt build process to latest FFmpeg. Hmm, still seeing some strangeness trying to get everything to LUFS. Obviously this means it will do less precision in it’s adjustments, but I guess loudness measurement isn’t an exact science anyway.

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I dumped 30 files in the drop folder, and it chugged though and processed them, and then updated my radio playlist with the normalised output. Just recently we checked the above links and found that computeraudiophile.

Added a command option preset supporting applying the gain to video files. Scriptin way Compile mp3gain compiles on Debian Jessiethen: You should llinux entries ending in deps, e.

Added “–ffmpeg” and “–sox” command line options in order to allow for providing the path to the respective shared libraries.