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Single app to raise DVD audio level?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Dr_Shifty, Aug 2, 2007.

  1. Dr_Shifty

    Dr_Shifty Member

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    I've just bought a DVD which is recorded quite softly. It was for my mother who is quite deaf and wears two hearing aids and has the volume up a fair bit. This DVD just won't go loud enough. Considering it's got a fair bit of music in it, subtitles are not the whole answer.

    I've been looking around for how to raise the volume and can only come up with -
    demux video/audio,
    convert AC3 audio to WAV,
    use Audacity to raise volume
    convert WAV to AC3
    remux video/audio streams
    re-author VOB/IFO files together

    It's a bit of a journey with eleven VOB files to process.

    Does anybody know of an editing application that will take the whole movie and batch these operations into a single pass?
     
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    When you rip the audio with 'Rejig' (IFO mode),it rips all the VOB's automatically and puts out a single WAV.
    'AC3Tool' will convert AC3 to WAV, then you use Audacity.
    'FFMpeg' will convert the new WAV to a new AC3 and 'Rejig' (DVD Author) will remux.
     
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    Thanks Attar, I will check out Rejig.

    ATM I am looking over VideoReDo to see if it will do what I'm looking for.
     

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