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    Normalize audio volume

    Is there any way to normalize the volume?

    I watch a lot of youtube videos. Many times, some videos have low audio sound, so I turn up the volume. The next video has high audio sound, then it became way too loud that scared the audiences. Is there anyway to normalize the volume, or set a max volume?

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    Re: Normalize audio volume

    Setting a maximum volume is certainly possible, just keep it at the maximum level you want.

    Normalizing audio levels across Youtube videos isn't.

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    Re: Normalize audio volume

    Those who produce the content control the audio level hence the variation.
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    Lightbulb Re: Normalize audio volume

    Quote Originally Posted by cpthk View Post
    The next video has high audio sound, then it became way too loud that scared the audiences.
    it could also damage your ears permanently if you are wearing headphones.

    Quote Originally Posted by cpthk View Post
    Is there any way to normalize the volume?
    this is typically a debi issue, have personally never experienced this on 'buntu. anyways here you go :

    https://wiki.debian.org/PulseAudio#Solving_Problems

    https://linuxhint.com/per_applicatio...volume_ubuntu/

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