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danielmoto -> Volume leveling (12/7/2001 6:38:47 PM)

Is it posible to do a volume leveling to all the files in an audio compilation with nero 5.5.5.1? The problem is that i have all this files from different sources and when i play them on my car stereo i have to set the volume to every song. Any help iíll apreciated.

Thank's

Celeron 533 Mhz
Yamaha 8424s




digi -> RE: Volume leveling (12/8/2001 3:21:30 AM)

Sure, it's called Normalizing.
In the compiling window mark the track and click Edit to start the Nero Wave Editor. In the function Volume click on Normalize...

In Nero you have to do it for every track separately and that is one (out of many) reason that I use Feurio, where you can normalize your whole compilation with 1 click!!!

BTW, the trial version of Feurio is totally complete and not restricted in any way. You can try it for as long as you want.

http://www.feurio.com/english

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jeffdonnelly -> RE: Volume leveling (12/18/2001 7:50:38 AM)

quote:

Is it posible to do a volume leveling to all the files in an audio compilation with nero 5.5.5.1? The problem is that i have all this files from different sources and when i play them on my car stereo i have to set the volume to every song. Any help iíll apreciated.

Thank's

Celeron 533 Mhz
Yamaha 8424s







jeffdonnelly -> RE: Volume leveling (12/18/2001 8:22:22 AM)

quote:

Is it posible to do a volume leveling to all the files in an audio compilation with nero 5.5.5.1? The problem is that i have all this files from different sources and when i play them on my car stereo i have to set the volume to every song. Any help iíll apreciated.

Thank's

Celeron 533 Mhz
Yamaha 8424s





Dude-

Yes,you can. I also use Nero (v.5.5.6.4). If you select all of the tracks in your compilation together, right click, and then select properties, click on the filters tab, select normalize, then select the type and level, hit apply. This works well, and there are other filters there too, including an equalizer....although you'd probably want to do the equalizer song by song.

Jeff





danielmoto -> RE: Volume leveling (12/18/2001 2:38:44 PM)

I tried Nero and it worked perfect.

Thank's for the reply
quote:

Sure, it's called Normalizing.
In the compiling window mark the track and click Edit to start the Nero Wave Editor. In the function Volume click on Normalize...

In Nero you have to do it for every track separately and that is one (out of many) reason that I use Feurio, where you can normalize your whole compilation with 1 click!!!

BTW, the trial version of Feurio is totally complete and not restricted in any way. You can try it for as long as you want.

http://www.feurio.com/english

_______________
Have a nice day, if you must...
digi
new member my foot




Celeron 533 Mhz
Yamaha 8424s




danielmoto -> RE: Volume leveling (12/18/2001 2:41:38 PM)

quote:

quote:

Is it posible to do a volume leveling to all the files in an audio compilation with nero 5.5.5.1? The problem is that i have all this files from different sources and when i play them on my car stereo i have to set the volume to every song. Any help iíll apreciated.

Thank's

Celeron 533 Mhz
Yamaha 8424s





Dude-

Yes,you can. I also use Nero (v.5.5.6.4). If you select all of the tracks in your compilation together, right click, and then select properties, click on the filters tab, select normalize, then select the type and level, hit apply. This works well, and there are other filters there too, including an equalizer....although you'd probably want to do the equalizer song by song.

Jeff




I tried Nero and it worked perfect.

Thank's for the reply


Celeron 533 Mhz
Yamaha 8424s




ev89pimp -> RE: Volume leveling (2/13/2002 8:04:51 PM)

Does Nero actually Normalize all tracks to the same level, or just normalize each track so that each individual track doesn't have volume fluctuations?

Thanks!





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