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Many audio players in Debian support reading these tags, including XMMS, Quod Libet, amaroK, Muine, and Rhythmbox.
INTRODUCTION ------------ When listening to Ogg Vorbis (or MP3) files on your computer, you may have noticed that some songs are louder than others. To a degree, this can be what the artist or producer intended, at least when comparing songs from the same CD. However, when (randomly) listening to songs from different CDs, the sound level can vary quite much, so much that you need to adjust the v more»
VorbisGain 0.36 - added --no-progress option (Felix Berger) VorbisGain 0.35 - no longer removes invalid tags - now updates the progress bar once per second (but 0% and 100% are always shown) - truncates the filename in the progress bar so that it fits within the console width (try the configure option --disable-winsize if you have problem compiling on your OS) - misc configure script fi more»
vorbisgain(1) VorbisGain vorbisgain(1) NAME vorbisgain - calculate the replay gain for Ogg Vorbis files SYNOPSIS vorbisgain [ -acCdfhqrsv ] [ -g album gain ] input_files ... DESCRIPTION vorbisgain calculates the ReplayGain values for the named Ogg Vorbis input files and writes back the result in the form of tags (comments) in more»
vorbisgain (0.36-3.1) unstable; urgency=low * Non-maintainer upload. * Apply patch from Pavel N more»
This package was debianized by Tollef Fog Heen <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Tue, 8 Oct 2002 17:36:22 +020 more»