Hello. I have noticed that in some movies the audio decreases a lot in some scenes. This happens with the MPV and MPC-HC players. However with MPC-BE and Potplayer does not happen (all configured with normalization enabled). I attach a fragment of a movie. The decrease of the audio is noticeable from the 12 second, when they start talking.
I would like to know what is the reason for this decrease in audio and if it can be changed in MPV, which is the player that I use the most.
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Last edited by hisaishi; 9th Nov 2018 at 12:37.
mpv fragmento.mkv -af dynaudnorm=f=10
Thank you. It works but the normalization does not work so well. Which parameters are the best for a more stable normalization?
You need to explain more what "stable" normalization means.
In some movies I notice ups and downs in the audio. As if in some scenes the normalization (dynaudnorm) would not work as well as it should.
Before, I had it configured like this
and the normalization worked very well except for those audio decreases that I have noticed in some movies.
Last edited by hisaishi; 9th Nov 2018 at 12:35.
dynaudnorm and loudnorm are two different audio filters. Can you please be more specific?
With this configuration it seems that I no longer have problems