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Old 12-18-2022, 02:47 PM   #1
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Default Render normalise doesn't always work



Files that resulted in a LUFS-I of -inf did not receive expected normalisation.

Files are very quiet, but not inaudible.
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Files that resulted in a LUFS-I of -inf did not receive expected normalisation.

Files are very quiet, but not inaudible.
What is your normalization target?
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What is your normalization target?
-3db True Peak
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Old 12-18-2022, 04:08 PM   #4
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Ah, there's actually a hardcoded sanity limit of +60dB for normalization, which is equivalent to multiplying each sample by a factor of 1000. I guess we could remove the limit entirely.

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I do like the idea of a limit for hearing protection, for general use. Maybe a default value + tickbox that is on by default in the render normalisation window
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