Hi, sorry if my question is very primary but I have little familiarity with computers and even less with commands in the “Terminal” of Linux. Still, maybe I can learn.
I would like to automate the execution of the same tasks on a set of files that are in a single folder.
The tasks are:
1 - Open file
2 - Reduce the peak volume to -9dB
3 - Apply the “Clip Fix” effect
4 - Raise the volume to -3dB
5 - Save changes by overwriting the original file
6 - Do the same for all other files in the same folder.
For volume reduction I have used “Effects” / “Amplifie” but I could use “Effects” / “Normalize”.
The parameters for the “Clip Fix” command are the original ones, that is, “Threshold of Clipping (%)” = 95 and “Reduce amplitude to allow …” = 0.
I would like to automate these tasks because there are too many files.
Thank you very much.
Linux Mint MATE 1.22.2 - LightDM Distro: Linux Mint 19.3 Tricia - base: Ubuntu 18.04 bionic
I’m not sure about the release I’m using but I’ve installed Audacity using Application Manager which came with Linux Mint
Could it be important too: my PC is a HP 1000 Notebook with Intel I3 and 4GB RAM. If i’ve missed something, please ask me.