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    control volume while burning mp3's?

    okay, what software can i use to burn mp3's on a cd that can control the volume settings? because some songs are louder than others and some are just to low. i am using nero.....

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    No problem at all with Nero. It's built in. All you have to do is right click on the song title and selelct "properties" then select "Filters" I believe. There should be a normalize check box. Just check the button and go with the default value that nero gives you. That's it. Make sure all your songs have this checked. Simple as that. Also this will significantly increase your "burn time" because Nero has to think more.

    BTW: Nero 5.0 and later allow you to select multiple files at once and set properties for all of them at one time. Previous to 5.0 you had to do them one at a time.

    Hope this Helps,

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    I was not aware of that. Thanks!
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    ditto.

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    Originally posted by deltaf508
    No problem at all with Nero. It's built in. All you have to do is right click on the song title and selelct "properties" then select "Filters" I believe. There should be a normalize check box. Just check the button and go with the default value that nero gives you. That's it. Make sure all your songs have this checked. Simple as that. Also this will significantly increase your "burn time" because Nero has to think more.

    BTW: Nero 5.0 and later allow you to select multiple files at once and set properties for all of them at one time. Previous to 5.0 you had to do them one at a time.

    Hope this Helps,

    Gary

    I tried this and it only seems to work if you want to create .CDA music CDs from MP#s.

    What I am trying to do, and I presume that's what dar1again wants to do as well, is to burn the MP3s to CD leaving them in MP3 format but be able to normalize the volumes.

    Last edited by Lonewolf54; March 3rd, 2002 at 08:27 PM.

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    What I am trying to do, and I presume that's what dar1again wants to do as well, is to burn the MP3s to CD leaving them in MP3 format but be able to normalize the volumes.
    That's exactly what i want to do.

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    I learned something new today, thanks!

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    when u pay for musicmatch it has a normalizing feature.

    and u can burn a cd from musicmatch.


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    yeah, to do that you will have to get another 3rd party program and normalize them first, then put them into nero on a disk. I guess I missinterpreted what you meant. At least I helped some others.

    It looked like these guys had some software that would do the job. just did a search in google so I I've never used it before.

    Various Mp3 Software

    Hope this helps,

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    Last edited by deltaf508; March 4th, 2002 at 12:15 AM.

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