ive been trying to find a video volume normalizer for a while now.. havent found anything yet..
Not sure what to do with existing Divx files, but if you use Dr. Divx to encode your movies there is a check box that you can turn on to boost audio volume. For the files you already have you could probably boost the EQ or Preamp in whatever player you use.
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Not knowing your system setup I'd still say that it's probably a codec issue.
same here. DVDs films are 50% lower. Dvix are 30% lower
read 3rd post down but I don't know this would also affect Divx, but is very possible as most of them are based on DVDs
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