gpzbc wrote:...According to Hydrogenaudio Wiki page for ReplayGain, LAME automatically adds ReplayGain values to the tag during the encoding process. The wiki claims that it is only on a per track basis, rather than per album. And they claim that no player currently supports the reading of this value.
Here is a link to the HydrogenAudio Wiki page for ReplayGain.
So I wonder if this wiki is outdated? Does MediaMonkey actually read and process the ReplayGain value which LAME wrote to the tag during the encoding process? Or is it just a useless value as far as MM is concerned?
re-analyzer wrote:... i analyzed all my files (25.000+) per album, but now i decided, to analyze per track (because the volume still jumps between the tracks)...
Lowlander wrote:If you're using MediaMonkey for playback I'd suggest to only Analyze Volume and leave the value at it's default 89dB. The more you increase this number the more chance of audio artifacts being introduced.
Lowlander wrote:Yes, 95dB seems the maximum for most to prevent artifacts. I'd still go with 89dB, unless you need to increase the volume for some reason.
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