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Old 17 Feb 2011, 10:56 AM   #1
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Hi, I am working with avi files. How can I ensure that the audio levels will be the same for every film that I create? When I play them with MPC, WMP, PowerDVD etc they are all a little different in volume. Currently I am going by ear when editing and ensuring that there is no clipping and try to match the level to a retail dvd, but this is still slightly off.

Is there a "standard" in the industry for correct levels so that when it is played on a PC or DVD player the sound level would be the same for all films without having to adjust by a remote control?

How do I achieve this nominal level on a PC? I am settling on mp3 format.
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