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Mpeg audio layer II peak limiting.
post Dec 20 2011, 11:02
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Audio processing and limiting is very basic thing to me. I have to limit peaks to -12dB..no problem in wav but when I encode it with video file to mpeg2 and audio layer II there cames these extra peaks from this encode process. I have studied why that happens and understood samething about it but haven't found any way to awoid it. The question is: is there one and is it only the thousands of dollars hardware or is there a software? Now Im losing aboout -3dB rms. And yes..it must be as loud as possible..smile.gif

The final mpeg2 multiplexing is done with adobe premiere and I have also sony soundforge where is that same problem. Win7.
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