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You can test this new feature right now by joining the Beta on the play store app page, then by updating the app.
You can then change the skip silence aggressiveness either globally or per podcast. Please contact me if you have any questions (Settings/Feedback)
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An error occurred while saving the commentClint Porter commented
That could be useful. Or just merge the lists, or make it a setting. I know I subscribe to feeds that include video content, but I've never watched one. Maybe a better solution would be to filter the playlist for video/audio/both via check boxes for video and audio content in the playlist overflow menu. You could grey out the items in unchecked categories so people aren't confused by not seeing them, and can still rearrange them. But they'll know the greyed ones will be skipped. This system would be more flexible for all users and be less intrusive for audio-only users.
I don't know if this helps you code it, but it seems to me part of the problem is that quieter files get more aggressive trimming than louder files do (I'm not talking about the loudness of the background noise; I know that's a confounding factor no matter what.) It seems like if you could measure something like the RMS loudness of the file first, you could use that to set the gate at a more optimal level per file.