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  1. I tried just now by encoding from the FLAC files that you attached except I removed the Replaygain tags before encoding and it works perfectly in Poweramp. Tone low: https://ttm.sh/QJW.opus Tone high: https://ttm.sh/QJI.opus
  2. Of those two Opus samples, Tone low is far quieter than Tone high. I'm not sure if that's correct or not 😄. EDIT: same experience using foobar2000 mobile Personally I don't enable Opus header gain ever. It's simply a hack to try to make Opus files work with players that haven't implemented Replaygain yet, but it makes it harder for developers to implement Replaygain because they have to make sure they aren't applying gain twice (once from the header and again from the tags). In foobar2000 I always make sure Advanced > Tagging > Opus > Header gain is set to null. And whenever I encode I make sure to do it from FLAC files that aren't tagged with Replaygain, otherwise the encoder will write the gain into the header.
  3. Poweramp build number: v3-build-874-arm64-play Device: Pixel 3a Android version: 10 No custom ROM I cannot get album gain to be applied when playing an Opus file. Only the track gain is applied, no matter what I select in the audio settings screen. Here is the output of opusinfo aka.opus: New logical stream (#1, serial: ea3c018d): type opus Encoded with Lavf58.45.100 User comments section follows... ALBUM=SAWAYAMA ALBUM ARTIST=Rina Sawayama ALBUMARTIST=Rina Sawayama ARTIST=Rina Sawayama DISCC=1 DISCNUMBER=1 DISCTOTAL=1 ENCODER_OPTIONS=--vbr --bitrate 160 MUSICBRAINZ_ALBUMID=114a0177-7bac-4d3f-aa1a-d1abc9e536b1 MUSICBRAINZ_RELEASEGROUPID=972644cd-431d-4001-8913-0b59b975cfbc R128_ALBUM_GAIN=-50 R128_TRACK_GAIN=-4096 TITLE=Akasaka Sad TOTALDISCS=1 TOTALTRACKS=14 TRACKC=14 TRACKTOTAL=14 DATE=2020 TRACKNUMBER=5 encoder=Lavf58.45.100 Opus stream 1: Pre-skip: 312 Playback gain: 0 dB Channels: 2 Original sample rate: 48000 Hz Packet duration: 20.0ms (max), 20.0ms (avg), 20.0ms (min) Page duration: 1000.0ms (max), 910.9ms (avg), 20.0ms (min) Total data length: 217080 bytes (overhead: 0.9%) Playback length: 0m:10.013s Average bitrate: 173.4 kbit/s, w/o overhead: 171.9 kbit/s Logical stream 1 ended Note that it only says the encoder is lavf58.45.100 because I losslessly cut it with ffmpeg so that it would be under 0.49 Mb and I could attach it here. The file was originally encoded using opusenc. As you can see, R128_ALBUM_GAIN is -50 and R128_TRACK_GAIN is -4096. If Poweramp correctly applied this gain I would expect to see a significant volume difference when I switch from Source: Album to Source: Track in audio settings. However, I don't see any change. In fact, the song is fairly low in volume which leads me to believe that Poweramp is ignoring the album gain tag and only applying the track gain. aka.opus
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