[mythtv-users] Normalizing audio?
kleptophobiac at gmail.com
Fri Mar 3 20:44:24 UTC 2006
Indeed... and I don't think it would be unreasonably hard to
implement. Here's how I would do it (considering that I don't know c++
I would use the "normalize" OSS program to figure out what the average
volume of about ten minutes of audio from each channel and each tuner.
I would average all the data over all the channels and all the tuners
to come up with a universal average. Then I would plug in volume
offsets into the channels table so that the tuner's volume would be
set to a level that would compensate that channel to be as close to
the average level as possible. The whole thing would require minimal
modification to myth itself (or could if a dev wanted it to be an
integral feature) and could be done with any decent scripting
On 3/3/06, Chris Rouch <chris.rouch at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 3/3/06, Sasha Z <kleptophobiac at gmail.com> wrote:
> > My two tuners have differing audio levels. Each channel has its own
> > audio level. The whole thing is a pain because I'm constantly
> > twiddling the volume control across huge ranges and blasting myself
> > every now and then.
> > Would it be possible to have myth autocalibrate itself by listening to
> > each channel for a few minutes during non recording time, and then
> > figuring out an offset to send to the card during recording so that
> > all recordings have at least somewhat similar volumes...? My
> > television does this auto audio gain control very nicely, and it's
> > very cool. PBS doesn't blast the crap out of me, and FOX isn't so
> > quiet that I have to go to 100% volume.
> > _______________________________________________
> That would be so cool. As well as the differences between tuners and
> channels there's also a difference between most of the channels and
> music. And as I'm using S/PDIF the volume is manged by the remote for
> the hifi rather than for myth, which is nearly always where I am not.
> I fear it is only a matter of time before my neighbours put the noise
> police on speed dial...
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