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Changing volume (not as stupid as you think)

Discussion in 'Audio' started by tankpower, Feb 20, 2005.

  1. tankpower

    tankpower Regular member

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    I have some files of the tv show "24" (which I always download and then purchase when the dvd sets come out). These are about twice as large as the usual downloadable episodes, I think they're high-def broadcast.

    Anyway, they look incredible but the audio is VERY low. I have to turn up my internal levels and max my speakers/headphones to hear at all. Please tell me there's some way to adjust the actual audio volume of the file itself to more closely match everything else on my computer.

    I've heard of "leveling" mp3 tracks when burning cd's so they are all the same volume, but what about these audio/video clips? Please give me some good news.
     
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