This tool helps audio volume variations between video tracks in a collection.
When you are playing a set of video tracks in a playlist, if the audio volume changes drastically from track to track, it could be very irritating. This tool helps bring the audio volumes in the tracks to the same level defined by the user. This software program handles AVI formatted video files. The tool is very easy to use and the interface is very intuitive. The first step in the process is simply to drag the files or the folder containing the tracks into the program’s work area. There is a large display area that lists the files to be processed and relevant information. You can change the area used for display of the file name and the area used for other information by dragging a line dividing them. There are two buttons that lets the user choose if a file is to be added or a folder full of AVI files are to be added.
Mistakes could be made. If you find problems have happened in collecting files for processing, you could easily purge the list and then start again. If there is any confusion, you are always able to look at a sample file. There is a text bar where you can specify the path for the output files. A button says “Start normalizing”. This starts the normalizing process. How the process is working or if the system is hanging can be determined by looking at a progress bar. Variation in volume is a real problem, as we tend to collect videos from different sources. Thus, variation in volume could easily happen and could become a very irritating issue. This simple tool helps improve that situation easily.