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Is there a library in python that has methods applicable to volume(in terms of sound) of a given file? For example if it can check if the sound volume of a file is on the same level for the entire file duration?; or if the sound volume increases/decreases all the way through the entire file duration?

Thank you
Petro
Sep 25 '07 #1
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bartonc
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Is there a library in python that has methods applicable to volume(in terms of sound) of a given file? For example if it can check if the sound volume of a file is on the same level for the entire file duration?; or if the sound volume increases/decreases all the way through the entire file duration?

Thank you
Petro
Hello, Petro.
Have a look at http://freshmeat.net/projects/audiotools/?branch_id=70468
Sep 25 '07 #2
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Hello, Petro.
Have a look at http://freshmeat.net/projects/audiotools/?branch_id=70468
Will do!
Thank you, Mr. Baron)))

[EDIT: from a PM to me]
I've spent a lot of time researching audio tools and what can I do with them, but none seemed to fit. The concept is pretty simple -> measure sound volume at a given point of an audio track.
I've tried web site you recommended, but it was only for Unix systems. Since It is pretty difficult to find tools for these kinds of tasks in python I thought u might know a web-site where developers accept suggestions from python users for new modules development or something like that. I was wondering if you might know such websites?
Sep 25 '07 #3
bartonc
6,596 Expert 4TB
Will do!
Thank you, Mr. Baron)))

[EDIT: from a PM to me]
I've spent a lot of time researching audio tools and what can I do with them, but none seemed to fit. The concept is pretty simple -> measure sound volume at a given point of an audio track.
I've tried web site you recommended, but it was only for Unix systems. Since It is pretty difficult to find tools for these kinds of tasks in python I thought u might know a web-site where developers accept suggestions from python users for new modules development or something like that. I was wondering if you might know such websites?
I'll try to find time to look around a bit. But in the mean time, let's keep it in the forum. OK?
Nov 15 '07 #4

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