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Mediacenter includes a library tool called '''Analyze Audio''' that populates a number of fields in a files tags with information about the file.  For example, analyze audio will assess the files loudness, dynamic range, and beats per minute.  These tags are used by Mediacenter for certain DSP functions, like volume leveling and adaptive volume, and can also be a source of useful information.
  
The following smartlist will display all tracks that require the Audio Analyze tool to be run against them:
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==How to Find Un-Analyzed Files==
  
  <tt>[Media Type]=[Audio] [Replay Gain]=[]</tt>
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The default smartlist titled "Audio -- Task -- Needs audio analysis" will display tracks that require the Audio Analyze tool to be run against them.  
  
Or a more thorough search:
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==More==
  
<tt>[Media Type]=[audio] ([Replay Gain]=0 or [Peak Level]=0 or [BPM]=0 or [Intensity]=0)</tt>
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For some uses for the audio analysis function see [[Volume Leveling]], [[Adaptive Volume]], and [[Dynamic Range]]
  
 
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Revision as of 22:24, 20 February 2015

Mediacenter includes a library tool called Analyze Audio that populates a number of fields in a files tags with information about the file. For example, analyze audio will assess the files loudness, dynamic range, and beats per minute. These tags are used by Mediacenter for certain DSP functions, like volume leveling and adaptive volume, and can also be a source of useful information.

How to Find Un-Analyzed Files

The default smartlist titled "Audio -- Task -- Needs audio analysis" will display tracks that require the Audio Analyze tool to be run against them.

More

For some uses for the audio analysis function see Volume Leveling, Adaptive Volume, and Dynamic Range