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NAME

       bs1770gain - lundness scanner and normalizer based on ITU-R BS.1770

SYNOPSIS

       bs1770gain [options] <file/dir> [<file/dir> ...]

DESCRIPTION

       BS1770GAIN  is  a  loudness scanner compliant with ITU-R BS.1770 and its flavors EBU R128,
       ATSC A/85, and ReplayGain 2.0. It helps normalizing the loudness of audio and video  files
       to the same level.

       See bs1770gain --help for experimental options.
              Command line arguments can appear in any order.

OPTIONS

       -h,--help
              print this message and exit

       -i,--integrated
              calculate integrated loudness

       -s,--shorterm
              calculate maximum shortterm loudness

       -m,--momentary
              calculate maximum momentary loudness

       -r,--range
              calculate loudness range

       -p,--samplepeak
              calculate maximum sample peak

       -t,--truepeak
              calculate maximum true peak

       -b <timestamp>,--begin <timestamp>
              begin decoding at timestamp (in microseconds, format: hh:mm:ss.mus)

       -d <duration>,--duration <duration>
              let decoding last duration (in microseconds, format: hh:mm:ss.mus)

       -u <method>,--use <method>
              base  replay  gain  calculation  on  method  (with  respect  to  the -a/--apply and
              -o/--output options), methods: "integrated" (default), "shortterm", or  "momentary"
              experimental  methods: "momentary-mean" (same as "integrated"), "momentary-maximum"
              (same  as  "momentary"),  "shortterm-mean",   or   "shortterm-maximum"   (same   as
              "shortterm")

       -a     apply the EBU/ATSC/RG album gain to the output (in conjunction with the -o/--output
              option)

       -o <folder>,--output <folder>
              write RG tags or apply the EBU/ATSC/RG gain, respectively, and output to folder  -f
              <file>,--file <file> write analysis to file

       -x,--extensions
              enable following extensions/defaults:

              1)  rename files according to TITLE tag

              2)  read metadata from per-folder CSV file "folder.csv"

              3)  copy file "folder.jpg" from source to destination folder

              4)  automatically add the TRACK and DISC tags

              5)  calculate maximum true peak

              6)  convert to stereo

       -l,--list
              print FFmpeg format/stream information

       --ebu  calculate replay gain according to EBU R128 (-23.0 LUFS, default)

       --atsc calculate replay gain according to ATSC A/85 (-24.0 LUFS)

       --replaygain
              calculate replay gain according to ReplayGain 2.0 (-18.0 LUFS)

       --track-tags
              write track tags

       --album-tags
              write album tags

       --unit <unit>
              write tags with <unit>

       --apply <q>
              apply  the  EBU/ATSC/RG  gain  to  the  output (in conjunction with the -o/--output
              option), q=0.0 (album gain) ... 1.0 (track gain), default  0.0 (album gain)

       --audio <index>
              select audio index (corresponds to [0:<index>] in  FFmpeg  listing,  cf.  -l/--list
              option)

       --video <index>
              select  video  index  (corresponds  to [0:<index>] in FFmpeg listing, cf. -l/--list
              option)

       --stereo
              convert to stereo

       --drc <float>
              set AC3 dynamic range compression (DRC)

       --extension <extension>
              enable extension out of

              "rename":
                     rename files according to TITLE tag

              "csv": read metadata from per-folder CSV file "folder.csv"

              "jpg": copy file "folder.jpg" from source to destination folder

              "tags":
                     automatically add the TRACK and DISC tags

       --format <format>
              convert to format

       --loglevel <level>
              set loglevel,

              level: "quiet", "panic", "fatal", "error", "warning", "info", "verbose", "debug"

       --xml  print results in xml format

       --time print out duration of program invocation

       --norm <float>
              norm loudness to float.

AUTHOR

       The bs1770gain system is written Peter Belkner and others.
              The authors can be contacted via http://bs1770gain.sourceforge.net/ .

       This manual page for bs1770gain was written by Petter Reinholdtsen and is  licensed  using
       the same terms as the bs1770gain source.

                                           19 July 2018                             BS1770GAIN(1)