[mythtv-users] music way louder than TV/video

peter at vanderwal.us peter at vanderwal.us
Mon Jun 16 21:40:30 UTC 2008

You can always transcode the mp3s and reduce the volume.

Or there are some apps that can do this without recoding the files.

You could even add a script in the Ripper settings "Script Path" to do
this automatically after you rip a song.

Probably some way to add a arguement to Lame to drop the volume when

> Stuart Larson wrote:
>>> As a workaround you can adjust the mythmusic volume to match the Live
>>> TV volume right? I'm never checked but I assume they are independent
>>> from one another...
>>> Richard
>> I don't know if this is relevant, as I don't run SPDIF or passthrough at
>> all, but does it matter what recording volume you have set for your
>> recording profile for default and/or LiveTV?
> I could change this, and it would affect volume levels of live TV and
> recorded programs.  However, DVDs and other video files also have a much
> lower volume than mythmusic.  That is, everything seems to have the same
> volume level (e.g. live TV, recorded TV, DVDs, other video files),
> except files played with mythmusic, which are much louder.
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