Author Topic: "Dynamic range Compression" Missing  (Read 6212 times)

Axis

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"Dynamic range Compression" Missing
« on: July 27, 2012, 02:34:24 PM »
Hi.

About 2.6.x version: It could be possible to add the "Dynamic range Compression" function (like in 2.5.6 version, --> Audio Filters dialog)? For me It's a GREAT and very useful feature.

Many Thanks.


Best regards.

Edit: corrected "rate" to "range", sorry  :-[
« Last Edit: August 01, 2012, 10:51:32 AM by Axis »

mean

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Re: "Dynamic range Compression" Missing
« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2012, 05:13:13 AM »
Should be ok, not tested much

Axis

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Re: "Dynamic range Compression" Missing
« Reply #2 on: September 18, 2012, 09:06:26 AM »
Should be ok, not tested much

It seem works fine  :)


It would be possible to implement DRC's user settings (e.g.: like handbrake  )?


Useful user-scenario --> [from (hydrogenaudio post) aacgain developer]:

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"Depending on how much headroom is in the aac decoder used in your player, there may not be any distortion introduced by the clipping, so you might not have to worry about it. You can also use the "Gain" and "DRC" adjustments in the Handbrake Audio panel to control the clipping, thus eliminating the need to run aacgain after encoding.

I find that most movie soundtracks have too much dynamic range for my liking, and, except for the loudest parts, are much too quiet. So I normally set my Handbrake gain to +5, and DRC to 2.5. This gives me reasonable volume overall with minimal clipping. Experiment with these adjustments to see what works best for you".
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Many thanks   :)