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    Question Where has aacgain gone?


    Does anyone know where I can obtain a RPM of a program called "aacgain"?

    It 'normalizes' the volume of m4a, mp4 and m4v files quite nicely. It used to be in the Packman repositories but I cannot find it in the ones for openSUSE 11.4 and going back to openSUSE 11.2 (my previous install) I cannot find it there either. I used to have it installed though and it still has a page on Packman's search page, here, PackMan :: Package details for aacgain . It is rather odd, its website, AACGAIN , says that it can only be released as source code due to licensing issues but I can't seem to find it in the zip of the source code for "mp3gain" like it says it is on SourceForge.

    Any help would be appreciated as I would just like it back on my system after I upgraded to openSUSE 11.4 and I find it rather useful so I am missing it quite a lot.

    Thanks for the responses in advance,
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    Default Re: Where has aacgain gone?

    As indicated, it's part of mp3gain
    cvs -z3 co -P aacgain
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