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Audio Normilisation (or normalization!)

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this is my first post so please be gentle!

I am trying to find a piece of software that will easily allow me to standardise the audio levels of a large number of short video clips.

The videos come from a number of sorces and range massively in volume.

Hopefully this can be done without reducing the quality of the video and audio.

It would also be great if this software could also allow cropping (in terms of timeline) to remove some added extras at te beginning of some clips, but this is not vital as I already have software for this.

I do not mind spending money on this as I will be doing this on many files in the future.

Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated.


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I would take a look at VideoReDo. I use it to edit video all the time. I have an older version that doesn't normalize audio streams, but last I heard, it was an upcoming feature.

I would verify that they added that feature before you make a purchase.
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