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Audio Booster – Video Normalizer – Mp3 NORMALIZER

Audio Booster – Video Normalizer – Mp3 NORMALIZER

 

Until very recently it was only possible to normalize mp3 files. Even the method of normalization used to be very rudimentary: in many cases simply were detected volume peaks of each mp3, were compared against the maximum possible and after that, all the mp3 was amplified by this factor.

That is, if it was observed that the maximum peak of an mp3 bear an increase of 10% before reaching the pñunto of distortion, was amplified throughout the mp3 for that 10 percent.

Very rudimentary? Yes, also gave very poor results.

Gradually it began to use the ingenuity (and mathematics) to try to improve and equalize the volume levels, the problem is that mediate the song as a whole and the factor applied global era: a single factor for the entire song.

Mp4Gain is 44 thousand times per second (each frame) and each of those frames taken every frequency (about 40 different frequencies), applies a different factor, thus resulting with a simply fantastic and very adequate. Perhaps one often has to give it a boost, while another frequency ue must attenuate slightly. Perhaps an instrument need to stand out more and other needs dimmed slightly …. is really a very detailed analysis, analyzing every word, every sound and every instrument to achieve a real effect of normalization efficient and modern, suitable to 2013.

In addition, is able to normalize Mp4Gain a large number of audio formats (the most popular) and a large number of video formats (the most popular), which no other normalizer dream of being able to perform and less, of doing so good.

These are the formats:

Video Formats:
mp4, flv, avi
mpeg, mpg
3gp, wmv

Audio Formats:
mp3, mp2, flac
ogg, m4a, aac
wav, ac3

 

Volume Normalizer for FLV, AVI, MP4 and other formats

Volume Normalizer for FLV, AVI, MP4 and other formats

 

For a long time already asked us we developed a great audio normalizer (Mp3Gain PRO) if we had plans to develop one that would serve to Mp4.
And the truth is that if it is something that we had in our development roadmap in a while. It was a project that took quite some time and hours and hours of effort to keep adding formats, so that not only did the audio normnalize Mp4 format, but to other popular formats like flv, avi, mpeg, 3gp, etc..

In fact, the response has been excellent, the community really needed something, to finally normalize video, not just mp3s.

Basically we put the same features to boast our most powerful audio normalizer, such as modifying the pitch without affecting the speed and vice versa, but obviously this was more complicated that it was not only MP3 format, but we dive to normalize audio from various video formats.

Thank God, it’s something we’ve done with success and will continue to refine and develop, but the success has been tremendous and we are very grateful for that. Thank you.

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