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normalize-mp3




SYNOPSIS

        normalize-mp3 [OPTION]... [FILE]...
        normalize-ogg [OPTION]... [FILE]...


DESCRIPTION

       Normalize volume of mp3 or ogg files by decoding,  running
       normalize,  and  re-encoding.  This requires as much extra
       disk space as the largest mp3 or ogg file, decoded.   Note
       that for batch and mix mode, all files must be decoded, so
       there must be enough disk space for the decoded copies  of
       all specified mp3 and ogg files.

       --ogg  Convert files to OGG, regardless of original format

       --mp3  Convert files to MP3, regardless of original format

       --bitrate BR
              Set bitrate of re-encoded file (default 128)

       --tmpdir TMP
              Put temporary WAV files in temp directory TMP

       --notags
              Do not copy ID3 or OGG tags to the output file

       The  following four options may be used to set the encoder
       and decoder commands  for  mp3  and  ogg  vorbis.   %m  is
       expanded to the name of the mp3 or vorbis file, %w expands
       to the name of the temporary WAV file, and %b  expands  to
       the  bitrate,  as  specified by the --bitrate option.  Run
       normalize-mp3 with no arguments to see the default values.

       --mp3encode=X
              mp3 encoder

       --mp3decode=X
              mp3 decoder

       --oggencode=X
              ogg vorbis encoder

       --oggdecode=X
              ogg vorbis decoder

       -h     Display this help and exit.

       -V     Display version information and exit.

       These arguments are passed as arguments to normalize.
              Run "normalize --help" for more info.

       -q

       REPORTING BUGS
              Report bugs to <cvaill@cs.columbia.edu>.


SEE ALSO

       The normalize(1) Man page


NOTES

       This page was provided by Eduardo Mašan <macan@debian.org>

                          September 2001         NORMALIZE-MP3(1)
  
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