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Old 27th June 2004, 09:17   #1  |  Link
tiresias
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sound levels

I am creating a compilation of clips from several DVDs and am finding the difference in sound levels too great between DVDs.

I extracted and trimmed the clips using DVD Shrink because it allows you to select start and end frames of each clip, and exported each as a separate VOB file. I then added these VOB files to the DVD Lab Pro beta and created Movie items from each VOB file.

This works quite well appart from the sound level differences.

I suspect I may have to demux each of my source VOB files then find a tool to convert the AC3s to WAVs, then use maybe Sound Forge to alter the sound level of each WAV, then find a tool to convert the WAVs back to AC3s again.

Is there a quicker way of normalising the sound levels without degrading the sound quality too much?

Any recommendations for techniques and tools gratefully received.
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