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FLAC1170: a ITU BS.1770 loudness scanner for FLAC
pbelkner
post Dec 7 2012, 17:42
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QUOTE (Singtoh @ Dec 7 2012, 08:59) *
Sure thing, and thanks again for your hard work on this program!!

Cheers,

Singtoh

I've continued in the "r128gain" thread: http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....st&p=816487
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post Dec 7 2012, 20:15
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FLAC1770 v0.2.0 released

What's new?
  • Test case #6 passed.
  • Unit for absolute loudness in ReplayGain mode is dB.
  • Provided a "--quiet" option.
Binaries are available for Win32, Linux, and Linux64:
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$ flac1770
FLAC1770 v0.2.0, a ITU BS.1770 loudness scanner for FLAC.

Usage: flac1770 [options] <files>

Options:
  --help: dispaly this usage information and exit.
  --version: dispaly version information and exit.
  --tag: write replay gain tags to the input files (off).
  --r128: use EBU R128 compliant presets (default).
  --a85: use ATSC A/85 compliant presets.
  --rg: use ReplayGain compatible presets.
  --reference=<float>: set reference loudness (-23.0).
  --gate=<float>: set BS.1770 gate (-10.0).
  --partition=<int>: set BS.1770 partition (4).
  --unit=LU|LK|dB: use the respective loudness unit (LU).
  --progress=on|off: display progress percentage (on).
  --quiet: suppress writing to stdout (off).
  --true-peak=fast|medium|best|off: determine inter-sample peaks (off).


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post Dec 7 2012, 20:23
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QUOTE (pbelkner @ Dec 7 2012, 21:15) *
FLAC1770 v0.2.0 released

What's new?
[*]Unit for absolute loudness is dB.


Thanks!

Edit: How to prevent reporting of positive album peaks like "REPLAYGAIN_ALBUM_PEAK 1.00003052" ? --true-peak=off is not it.

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post Dec 7 2012, 21:53
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QUOTE (Wombat @ Dec 7 2012, 21:23) *
How to prevent reporting of positive album peaks like "REPLAYGAIN_ALBUM_PEAK 1.00003052" ? --true-peak=off is not it.

By using v0.2.1 wink.gif
Download: http://sourceforge.net/projects/r128gain/files/flac1770/0.2/
This version takes into account that the largest negative integer is by 1 larger then the largest positive integer.
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post Dec 7 2012, 23:24
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QUOTE (pbelkner @ Dec 7 2012, 22:53) *
By using v0.2.1 wink.gif

Indeed!
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post Dec 8 2012, 06:01
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As a casual follower of these threads, is there a difference between ITU BS.1770 and the R128GAIN algorithm discussed in the other thread? If not, what's the difference between this tool and the one offered in the R128GAIN thread?
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pbelkner
post Dec 8 2012, 07:33
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QUOTE (JJZolx @ Dec 8 2012, 07:01) *
As a casual follower of these threads, is there a difference between ITU BS.1770 and the R128GAIN algorithm discussed in the other thread? If not, what's the difference between this tool and the one offered in the R128GAIN thread?

"flac1770" is meant to be a lightweight version of "r128gain" specialized to FLAC working around some specufic FFmpeg and SoX related issues brought up in the r128gain thread:
  • avoids using FFmpeg
  • avoids using SoX (the SoX resampler crashes on huge files, will be fixed with the next release thanks to a SoX patch provided by MrMod)
  • is based on "libFLAC"
  • should preserve FLAC artwork
  • uses Secret Rabbit Code for up-sampling
  • has "true peak" switched off by default
  • doesn't provide "loudness range" computation (if provided in the future it will be switched off by default)
  • no unicode support on win32
Both, "r128gain" and "flac1770" use the ITU BS.1770 loudness algorithm as provided by "lib1770".

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pbelkner
post Dec 9 2012, 21:47
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FLAC1770 v0.3.0 released

What's new?
  • Computation of the loudness range.
Binaries are available for Win32, Linux, and Linux64:
CODE
$ flac1770
FLAC1770 v0.3.0, a ITU BS.1770 loudness scanner for FLAC.

Usage: flac1770 [options] <files>

Options:
  --help: dispaly this usage information and exit.
  --version: dispaly version information and exit.
  --tag: write replay gain tags to the input files (off).
  --r128: use EBU R128 compliant presets (default).
  --a85: use ATSC A/85 compliant presets.
  --rg: use ReplayGain compatible presets.
  --reference=<float>: set reference loudness (-23.0).
  --gate=<float>: set BS.1770 gate (-10.0).
  --partition=<int>: set BS.1770 partition (4).
  --range: compute loudness range (off).
  --range-min=<int>: set lower bound for loudness range (0.10).
  --range-max=<int>: set upper bound for loudness range (0.95).
  --range-gate=<float>: set BS.1770 gate for loudness range (-20.0).
  --range-partition=<int>: set BS.1770 partition for loudness range (3).
  --true-peak=fast|medium|best|off: determine inter-sample peaks (off).
  --unit=LU|LK|dB: use the respective loudness unit (LU).
  --progress=on|off: display progress percentage (on).
  --quiet: suppress writing to stdout (off).


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pbelkner
post Dec 12 2012, 18:28
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FLAC1770 v0.4.0 released
Finally added Unicode support for Win32.
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pbelkner
post Dec 19 2012, 18:58
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FLAC1770 v0.4.1 released
New: Binaries for 64 bit Windows.
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