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Adjusting Volume Levels B/4 Export To Usb Flash Dirve

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Help!

 

I got a new car that has an audio slot for USB flash drives.

 

I would like to adjust the volume (loudness) of all the .mp3 or .wav files I copy to the USB flash drive from my hard drive. I would like to do many at a time instead of one at a time.

 

The "Help" section is rather poor! How do I go about this?

 

Thanks in advance to all that reply!

 

Dyno Don

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Hi Don: I have never actually done this but use Sound Editor and add your files.

 

Move them into the play order you want then select all of them.

 

Under Tools - Options - Fading and Volume, choose Maximize Volume.

 

After you apply that, then Export Mix to file.

 

As I have not actually tried this, I suggest you test it first! ;)

 

Take a song you know has High volume, another with Mid volume and a third of Low volume. Process them and export. See what you think.

 

There is a Normalize Volume in those options too, but as I recall it does not work as you would think... Still try it and make another export.

 

Let us know which one you think works -_-

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Hello D.G.

 

Here is what I have done so far:

 

1. Added the audio files

2. Joined the clips per Edit Menu

3. Normalized all - you need to join all the clips in order to use the Normalize function

4. Split the clips at the "Markers"

5. Exported as clips to USB flash drive

6. B/4 exporting, I checked the Maximize volume before exporting box.

 

I am still working on this, as it is a part time project.

 

Will play it in the car and see what happens.

 

Thanks much!

 

DD

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Don thanks for confirming that - at my age it is harder and harder to separate the memories from the fantasies :lol::D:lol:

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