Undo Volume Analyzing v1.01 [Script]

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Post by genegraham » Mon Jun 16, 2008 10:20 am

It seems to work fine...thanks!!!

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Re: Undo Volume Analyzing v1.01 [Script]

Post by GreenOnyx » Thu Aug 20, 2009 10:46 pm

I found this script awhile back and wanted to say thanks. I ran into a situation where instead of wanting to totally remove the volume of a track, I wanted to modify it slightly. For instance I had a track that was -9dB, but I wanted it a bit louder, say -7dB. I couldn't find where to do this in the system, there's probably somewhere, so I modified the script to show a form and allow me to manually set the track and album volume (or clear them). I didn't leave a setting to not overwrite one or the other, so both are set everytime.

I doubt anyone wants this, but figured I'd share in case others are learning MM scripting and could benefit from it.

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'-----------------------------------------------------------------------
' \Program Files\MediaMonkey\Scripts\Auto\Menu_SetAnalyzeVolume.vbs
'
' Version: 2.00
' Date: 20 September 2009
' By GreenOnyx (based on DiddeLeeDoo's Menu_SetAnalyzeVolume.vbs script)
'-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Sub OnStartup
Set Mnu=SDB.UI.AddMenuItem(SDB.UI.Menu_Tools,4,2)
    Mnu.Caption=SDB.Localize("Set Analyze Volume")
    Mnu.IconIndex=39
    Mnu.UseScript=Script.ScriptPath
    Mnu.OnClickFunc="SetVolumes"
End Sub

Sub SetVolumes(o)

    Set UI = SDB.UI

    ' Create the window to be shown
    Set Form = UI.NewForm
    Form.Common.SetRect 0, 0, 420, 220
    Form.FormPosition = 4   ' Screen Center
    Form.BorderStyle = 3    ' Dialog
    Form.Caption = SDB.Localize("Set Analyze Volume")

    Set Lbl = UI.NewLabel( Form)
    Lbl.Common.SetRect 10,15,400,40
    Lbl.AutoSize = False
    Lbl.Multiline = True
    Lbl.Caption = SDB.Localize("This will allow you to manually set the analyzed volume of the selected track(s).")

    Set Lbl = UI.NewLabel( Form)
    Lbl.Common.SetRect 10,55,280,20
    Lbl.Caption = SDB.Localize("Track Volume (leave blank to remove):")

    Set Lbl = UI.NewLabel( Form)
    Lbl.Common.SetRect 10,85,280,20
    Lbl.Caption = SDB.Localize("Album Volume (leave blank to remove):")
    
    Set TV = UI.NewEdit( Form)
    TV.Common.SetRect Lbl.Common.Left+Lbl.Common.Width+10, 51, 50, 20

    Set AV = UI.NewEdit( Form)
    AV.Common.SetRect Lbl.Common.Left+Lbl.Common.Width+10, 81, 50, 20
    
    Set Btn = UI.NewButton( Form)
    Btn.Caption = SDB.Localize("OK")
    Btn.Common.SetRect 115,130,75,25
    Btn.ModalResult = 1
    Btn.Default = true

    Set Btn = UI.NewButton( Form)
    Btn.Caption = SDB.Localize("Cancel")
    Btn.Common.SetRect 220,130,75,25
    Btn.ModalResult = 2
    Btn.Cancel = true
    
    'Show the form and process if it's not canceled
    If Form.ShowModal=1 then
        nTrackLevel = TV.Text
        nAlbumLevel = AV.Text
        
        If nTrackLevel = "" Then nTrackLevel = "-999999"
        If nAlbumLevel = "" Then nAlbumLevel = "-999999"
        
        If ((Not IsNumeric(nTrackLevel)) Or (Not IsNumeric(nAlbumLevel))) Then
            SDB.MessageBox SDB.Localize("The numbers entered were not both valid numbers (or blank), no volumes were modified." & nLevel), mtError, Array(mbOk)    
        Else
            'Loop the selected songs and set the new value
            'TODO we should check this prior to the form and alert the user prior to form display
            If SDB.SelectedSongList.Count > 0 Then
                Set dbT=SDB.SelectedSongList
                Set Prg=SDB.Progress
                
                Prg.MaxValue=dbT.Count-1
                Prg.Text=SDB.Localize("Setting Volumes...")
                
                For i=0 To dbT.Count-1
                    Set Sng=dbT.Item(i)
                    
                    Sng.Leveling=nTrackLevel
                    Sng.LevelingAlbum=nAlbumLevel
                    Sng.UpdateDB
                    Sng.WriteTags
                    
                    Prg.Value=i
                    
                    If Prg.Terminate Then Exit For
                Next
                 
                Set Prg=Nothing
                Set dbT=Nothing
            Else
                SDB.MessageBox SDB.Localize("Please select the tracks to be processed."), mtError, Array(mbOk)
            End If 'SelectedSongList
        End If 'Invalid Number
    End If 'ShowModal
End Sub

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Re: Undo Volume Analyzing v1.01 [Script]

Post by adrianmarsh » Wed Oct 28, 2009 3:10 pm

Does this script work under 3.1 betas ?

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Re: Undo Volume Analyzing v1.01 [Script]

Post by rovingcowboy » Thu Oct 29, 2009 5:17 am

diddeleedoos wont.

but GreenOnyx's might :D
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Re: Undo Volume Analyzing v1.01 [Script]

Post by nohitter151 » Thu Oct 29, 2009 10:14 am

rovingcowboy wrote:diddeleedoos wont.

but GreenOnyx's might :D
Actually, I don't see any reason why the script posted in the original post of this thread wouldn't work. Only thing is that it will remove only the track volume, not album volume values.

but here: http://www.mediamonkey.com/forum/viewto ... =a#p154895
gege posted how to update the script so it removes both.
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Re: Undo Volume Analyzing v1.01 [Script]

Post by gege » Thu Oct 29, 2009 11:18 am

nohitter151 wrote:gege posted how to update the script so it removes both.
Did I? I didn't remember that... I think I getting old... :lol: :lol:

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Re: Undo Volume Analyzing v1.01 [Script]

Post by rovingcowboy » Thu Oct 29, 2009 5:26 pm

i did not see where gege had done that for the script. i was going on the fact diddeleedoo had not been here for an year or more and had not posted any updates to the scripts he did.
so i knew it would not do both just the one.
8)
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Re: Undo Volume Analyzing v1.01 [Script]

Post by elislider » Tue Dec 08, 2009 12:31 am

can anyone shed some light here? this script used to work great for me (been using MM for a long time) and just today i realized that this script doesnt seem to change anything... it does everything normal, like its running through the script, and the "track volume" column shows blank. but if i refresh the window and let it rescan, all the volumes are back! the files are not read only and AFAIK nothing is different...

im running win7 x64

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Re: Undo Volume Analyzing v1.01 [Script]

Post by rovingcowboy » Thu Dec 10, 2009 3:43 am

yep somebody needs to redo this script for windows 7 machines thats why it don't work i found several old scripts i used also just don't work on xp sp3 with the latest updates so even xp is getting too far away from them some how. just like every update takes you farther away from the xp's install cdrom to the point where sp3 won't let you use it at all. :o
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Re: Undo Volume Analyzing v1.01 [Script]

Post by dypsis » Thu Dec 10, 2009 4:21 am

Volume analyzing in MediaMonkey is a very dangerous and not easy to reverse tool.
I accidentally hit it once and my nightmares began.

I don't think a script is required. I think volume analyzing needs to be improved natively in MediaMonkey.
As do other things such as moving your library to a new drive. Why should paying customers or even free users have to go looking on a forum to find a script for these basic necessities? :-?

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Re: Undo Volume Analyzing v1.01 [Script]

Post by rovingcowboy » Fri Dec 11, 2009 2:38 am

moving your library to a new drive is easy.

just put the new drive in format it get it ready for use. then reboot the computer start mediamonkey select the whole library's worth of songs from the listview or do parts of them.

use auto organizer to move the songs to the new location. on the new hard drive, whats so hard about that?? :)
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Re: Undo Volume Analyzing v1.01 [Script]

Post by elmerbumpkin » Tue Dec 15, 2009 10:34 pm

I have a directory with about 300 tracks, and I'd like to manually lower their playback level all the same amount.

Will this script allow me to make that kind of change?

Thanks!

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Re: Undo Volume Analyzing v1.01 [Script]

Post by nohitter151 » Tue Dec 15, 2009 10:44 pm

elmerbumpkin wrote:I have a directory with about 300 tracks, and I'd like to manually lower their playback level all the same amount.

Will this script allow me to make that kind of change?

Thanks!
No, it just resets the tracks to having no volume analysis.
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Re: Undo Volume Analyzing v1.01 [Script]

Post by elmerbumpkin » Tue Dec 15, 2009 10:51 pm

ok, thanks for the quick reply

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Re: Undo Volume Analyzing v1.01 [Script]

Post by elislider » Sun Jan 31, 2010 7:51 pm

This is still not working for me. It must be a Win7 thing, because it will do its stuff and appear to run the script as expected, but if I hit F5 or exit/restart mediamonkey (or any other method of refreshing the window) the Traxk Volume will still be the same as it was before I ran the script

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