SpecLab accounts for the decimation at the I/O stage in the FFT Settings dialogue box, and updates with proper bin size and freq range.
I understand, but I was just saying that the I/O decimation still has to be entered manually or there's nothing to account for.
I say we have a few different star ratings, with an overall rating given last.
Overall LF Content Star Rating is an average of several different 5/5 star possible ratings:
C. Execution/Appropriateness/Use of LF
Then a final 'buy' or 'no buy' rating given with everything else taken into acount, like how good the film was, rewatchability, etc.
The objective ratings (if I can get them to work this weekend) may also play a part.
I intend to do Peak v Avg graphs and hopefully overall LF Power as well as LF Power Per Octave for each film rated. The ratings will probably be a mix of subjective and objective for an overall star rating.
Any other suggestions?
No, is perfect. :^)