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Thread: Want to confirm: applying RG to existing MP3 files doesn't convert the file again?

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    Question Want to confirm: applying RG to existing MP3 files doesn't convert the file again?

    I'm sorry if I'm not explaining it correctly. Essentially, I want to use the Replaygain utility to add replaygain values to existing MP3 files, but I don't want it to convert the file again and make it more lossy than before. Does the utility simply analyze the file for the correct value and add it to the tag? Thanks!

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    Re: Want to confirm: applying RG to existing MP3 files doesn't convert the file again

    Quote Originally Posted by DeekyDeekle View Post
    I'm sorry if I'm not explaining it correctly. Essentially, I want to use the Replaygain utility to add replaygain values to existing MP3 files, but I don't want it to convert the file again and make it more lossy than before. Does the utility simply analyze the file for the correct value and add it to the tag? Thanks!
    correct. It only adds ReplayGain tags, and does not modify the file audio.

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