If you can't hear the clipping, that's a good solution.If I just choose [*]default, it works, I get no clipping (that I can hear) and they all sound about the same loudness.
Are you sure it's a "false error"? What does Match say for "final peak"? I don't know for sure that GoldWave doesn't have a bug, but I've never had trouble with its "calculations".I think Volume Match is what I want but it doesn't seem to be doing what I need (doesn't match at all when I choose the option to avoid clipping and gives seemingly false errors when I choose "abort if clipping occurs".
MrAnalogy wrote:I think Volume Match is what I want but it doesn't seem to be doing what I need (doesn't match at all when I choose the option to avoid clipping
MrAnalogy wrote:If I do Match Volume with the "reduce average volume to avoid clipping" shouldn't that just reduce the average (and thus reduce the peaks) to avoid clipping ??
MrAnalogy wrote:When I do that as a Batch operation on a loud and quet file, there is no change to the peaks in either file (i.e., the volume isn't changed). I assume that it's simply doing nothing.
Is that what you'd expect to happen?
MrAnalogy wrote:If so, how is that different from the "abort to avoid clipping"?
MrAnalogy wrote:What is "final peak" ? (I see it in the Match Volume dialog, but not sure what that refers to (maybe Peak Volume (loudest bit) AFTER doing a Match Volume) ?
In that case I guess >0dB would result in clipping, right?
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