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pyLoudness
==========

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How loud is that file? Sounds simple, right? Check out
http://www.r128audio.com for information about loudness standards.

Usage
-----

Give pyLoudness an audio file and it will give you a dictionary.

::

import pyloudness
loudness_stats = pyloudness.get_loudness("test.wav")

Result:

::

{
'True Peak': {
'Peak': 0.4
},
'Loudness Range': {
'LRA': 8.4,
'Threshold': -39.8,
'LRA High': -16.9,
'LRA Low': -25.3
},
'Integrated Loudness': {
'I': -19.2,
'Threshold': -29.8
}
}

Prerequisities
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

pyLoudness requires ffmpeg

::

sudo apt-get install ffmpeg

Installing
~~~~~~~~~~

::

pip install pyloudness

Miscellania
~~~~~~~~~~

::

ffmpeg -nostats -i file_location -filter_complex ebur128=peak=true -f null -

Authors
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- **Jason Rigden**

License
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This project is licensed under the MIT License

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