volume consistancy



jcop69
07-09-2005, 09:53 PM
i like to play all my music with the 'play shuffled' feature. the only
problem is that the music i've ripped into the media player is at different
volumes, so the transistions from song to song are often at completey
different volume levels. is there any way to set the media player to play all
music at a similar volume level?

Byte
07-09-2005, 09:54 PM
Open WMP, click on View, down to Enhancements
Check "Crossfading and auto volume leveling"
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"jcop69" wrote:

> i like to play all my music with the 'play shuffled' feature. the only
> problem is that the music i've ripped into the media player is at different
> volumes, so the transistions from song to song are often at completey
> different volume levels. is there any way to set the media player to play all
> music at a similar volume level?

jcop69
07-09-2005, 09:54 PM
cool! thanks for the info.


"Byte" wrote:

> Open WMP, click on View, down to Enhancements
> Check "Crossfading and auto volume leveling"
> --
> Some days you're the windshield,
> some days you're the bug.
>
>
> "jcop69" wrote:
>
> > i like to play all my music with the 'play shuffled' feature. the only
> > problem is that the music i've ripped into the media player is at different
> > volumes, so the transistions from song to song are often at completey
> > different volume levels. is there any way to set the media player to play all
> > music at a similar volume level?

TMS555
07-09-2005, 09:54 PM
"jcop69" wrote:

> i like to play all my music with the 'play shuffled' feature. the only
> problem is that the music i've ripped into the media player is at different
> volumes, so the transistions from song to song are often at completey
> different volume levels. is there any way to set the media player to play all
> music at a similar volume level?

TMS555
07-09-2005, 09:54 PM
Hello try going to the view menu then enhancements and then cross fading and
auto volume leveling. Hopefully that should solve your problem.



"jcop69" wrote:

> i like to play all my music with the 'play shuffled' feature. the only
> problem is that the music i've ripped into the media player is at different
> volumes, so the transistions from song to song are often at completey
> different volume levels. is there any way to set the media player to play all
> music at a similar volume level?

Byte
07-09-2005, 09:54 PM
TMS555, please read prior comments BEFORE sending your post. Thank you.

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Some days you're the windshield,
some days you're the bug.


"TMS555" wrote:

> Hello try going to the view menu then enhancements and then cross fading and
> auto volume leveling. Hopefully that should solve your problem.
>
>
>
> "jcop69" wrote:
>
> > i like to play all my music with the 'play shuffled' feature. the only
> > problem is that the music i've ripped into the media player is at different
> > volumes, so the transistions from song to song are often at completey
> > different volume levels. is there any way to set the media player to play all
> > music at a similar volume level?

pjp
07-09-2005, 09:54 PM
What you should be doing is normalize the wav file ripped from the cd before
converting it to mp3. Might mean need different software than what you're
using now.

Normalizing is where the music is scanned for it's loudest passage. Based
upon that the volume is adjusted accordingly. The result is the loudest part
of every song is the same volume.

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> "jcop69" wrote:
>
>> i like to play all my music with the 'play shuffled' feature. the only
>> problem is that the music i've ripped into the media player is at
>> different
>> volumes, so the transistions from song to song are often at completey
>> different volume levels. is there any way to set the media player to play
>> all
>> music at a similar volume level?


volume consistancy