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volume leveling in a VCD

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by mlvc6969, Apr 27, 2004.

  1. mlvc6969

    mlvc6969 Member

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    Do any programs allow for volume leveling on a VCD or SVCD? I have a bunch of mpgs but the volume is different for everyone and I know you can do this with music on a CD-R but is it possible to do with mpgs on a VCD
     
  2. Minion

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    Well what you are Talking about is "Normalizeing" the audio...You should generally do this when createing the Mpeg1/VCD File....
    To do it now would mean you would have to Rip the Mpeg file off the CD-R and the De-Muc the Mpeg file into seperate audio and Video files and then use a Audio editor to Normalize the audio and then re-mux the audio and Video together and then Burn it to CD-R as a VCD....Or if you have a Good sterio system hooked up to your DVD Player then you can adjust the Levels on the Sterio system...
     

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