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Virtualdub does not do this fast as far as I can see.

Can someone give me an awesome pointer since I have some old series (more than a 100 individual avi files) with a soundtrack that can definitely do with quite a bit of bass or graphic equalizer adjustment on the soundtrack. Since it is series of individual files, batch processing is a must.

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Do you want to save the changes to the avi files, or just adjust the audio levels while they are playing? – music2myear Nov 23 '11 at 17:00
I want to save the changes to the avi files - so a standard change applied to a series of files. – mm2010 Feb 13 '12 at 8:53

Have you looked for EQ or audio manipulation plugins for VirtualDub?

It seems that while VirtualDub by default doesn't support audio plugins, there is a fork hosted at that does and there is apparently a filterpack there that you may want to look into. I cannot explore this right now as it's blocked on my work computer.

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Look promising - this will take a while (Thanks for the info) – mm2010 Nov 23 '11 at 17:18
I had a look, but it does not seem to do what I want. – mm2010 Nov 23 '11 at 17:29

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