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Thread: Batch Volume Normalisation - Newbie

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    Batch Volume Normalisation - Newbie

    Sorry for the newbie question. I have struggled with ReplayGain in MediaMonkey and MP3Gain (doesn't seem to be consistent). So, Google threw up RG128 which led me to dBpoweramp.

    I want to batch normalise 1000s of files but, when I open the app, I select the "Converting To" but all the drop-down options look like I am about to convert the actual file format eg: MultiEncoder, AIFF, Apple lossless, FLAC. All I want to do is add the RG128 calculation to the Replay Gain tags.

    Sorry for the dumb question.

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    Re: Batch Volume Normalisation - Newbie

    You would install 'ReplayGain' from here:

    https://www.dbpoweramp.com/codec-central-utility.htm

    Then choose it as the encoder which just writes the tags.

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    Re: Batch Volume Normalisation - Newbie

    Thanks for the response. ReplayGain codec installed but where do I actually select it?

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    Re: Batch Volume Normalisation - Newbie

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark S View Post
    Thanks for the response. ReplayGain codec installed but where do I actually select it?
    when you run dbpa batch converter, you select the top folder of your music folder/files. Then you choose "CONVERT TO" and in the options for CONVERT TO, you choose replaygain (rather than something like FLAC, mp3, etc.)

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    Re: Batch Volume Normalisation - Newbie

    Sorry for the delay in responding. Thank you. All good now.

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    Re: Batch Volume Normalisation - Newbie

    Hi Spoon,

    Is there a utility that would allow me to do this same thing on a Mac?

    Thanks
    Brian

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    Re: Batch Volume Normalisation - Newbie

    dBpoweramp on the Mac contains the Utility codec '[ReplayGain]' you might have to enable them if have an older version of dBpoweramp:

    http://dbpoweramp.com/Help/dMCOSX/dMCConfig.htm

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