[FFmpeg-user] ffmpeg development
barsnick at gmx.net
Wed Apr 20 09:25:23 CEST 2016
On Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 10:57:26 +1000, Bazza wrote:
> >Explanation of Conditional Statement and Example:
> >1. run astats or volumedetect to calculate RMS level.
> >2. If RMS level = X dB, then add Y dB level to match the user specified dB level.
> > Example: If RMS level = -30dB, and user specified RMS level = -20dB, then add 10dB.
> This seems to have some value. Tried it?
> ffmpeg -filters
> ... dynaudnorm A->A Dynamic Audio Normalizer.
> and so ... -af dynaudnorm
> Seems to set peaks ~ 0 and raises lower levels by 6dB etc
It appears to me that Steve wanted static normalization (i.e. a
constant change of volume across the whole audio stream), not dynamic
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