Why is it not possible that MusicBee finds a proper value for adjusting the replay gains up or down on it's own ?
That means such action is not expected normally and they are provided only as reference since it will defeat the purpose of volume normalizing of the entire library.
But I saw some people manually re-analyzing clipping tracks/albums in accordance with the suggested values, which amounts to a manual implementation of "prevent clipping" option that some other players (foobar, winamp, etc.) offer.
But still there is the question, when seeing all the different adjustment values, what final adjustment do I need to perform ??
There's no definitive answer. It's up to how you're gonna deal with the clipping issue from ReplayGain since everyone has a different music collection and different opinion about the issue.
Proposal: additional sortable colums for title and album replay gain tag adjustment would support the review process.
It's already possible if you use virtual tags. Also you can re-adjust RG tags without having to re-run volume analysis with a different target loudness, if you want.
I see that foobar2000 for example 1st analyses and then writes the replay gain tags.
Wouldn't it be better for MusicBee to 1st gather the max level and loudness of all titles and then coming to conclusions to which common loudness all titles could be led ? At the end we write replay gain tags per title.
Not sure what you mean, but MB also writes RG tags right before it pops up the clipping warning dialog.
If the music material is very different I could think of it's tricky to get both .. a common loudness for all titles on one hand and on the other hand not come over 0dB for each of the titles.
But somehow I have the feeling that this should be solveable by algorithms and not letting the user alone to adjust something where he can not really oversee what to do .. because nobody tells him exactly which value to take or what makes sense.
There are various ways programs/people are using to prevent clipping, but each way has its own pros and cons. You might want to google "prevent clipping replaygain" to get more information. Keep in mind that if you're not using RG tags, there will be no clipping issue. RG tags are only useful if you usually listen to tracks across albums like with shuffle on. If you usually listen through an entire album, you don't need RG tags.
Also you need to consider how many tracks have really audible clipping in your collection, and whether it's really worth it if you want to use a certain way to prevent the issue since every way has some downsides.