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I want to check the quality and sound volume of all my mp3 files.

Are there any processes to validate them in bulk?

I don't want to open each file individually and play them to check their quality and prefer a batch method.

How can I do this?

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In What language? – Shoban Feb 18 '10 at 5:05
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Some mp3 libraries/tools support this task, have a look at this for starters. If you want to write your own tool, I believe that many of the various LAME encoder api's support encoding.

There are also a number of other promising looking links that come up when googling 'mp3 validation'.

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