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post Jul 11 2006, 21:29
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Let me preface this by saying that I know squat about programming, but would it be possible for Wavegain to be able to take the info from the log file (from doing a 'calculate but don't apply' operation) and then going right to the 'apply' process?

As it stands now, if you want to see what the gain values are for an album or group of files, you can use the 'calculate' function, but then if you want to apply those changes you have to calculate them all a second time. Just seems redundant and time consuming, especially with a large group of files.
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post Aug 19 2010, 19:00
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I've just had a week away in France, so I've only just seen this. The modified version of WaveGain for mono files that make up multichannel audio has an option, when applying the gain, to manually modify the gain prior to applying it, but obviously after the analysis. Would this fit the requirement? I don't think it would take much effort to add this option to the standard WaveGain.

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