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That is what the 'copy' button is for! Open a file, scan it and make sure that none of the entries is highlighted. Then press 'copy all' and open up your word processor and paste the results into it. You may have to sort the columns out, but that's pretty simple. It then looks something like this (the forum screws up the columns):
Left Right Peak Amplitude: -2.14 dB -5.44 dB True Peak Amplitude: -2.13 dBTP -5.43 dBTP Maximum Sample Value: 25620 17519 Minimum Sample Value: -24021 -15614 Possibly Clipped Samples: 0 0 Total RMS Amplitude: -20.55 dB -23.09 dB Maximum RMS Amplitude: -9.36 dB -10.98 dB Minimum RMS Amplitude: -79.89 dB -73.21 dB Average RMS Amplitude: -29.46 dB -27.87 dB DC Offset: 0.01 % 0.03 % Measured Bit Depth: 16 16 Dynamic Range: 70.53 dB 62.23 dB Dynamic Range Used: 68.20 dB 58.25 dB Loudness (Legacy): -16.56 dB -21.26 dB Perceived Loudness (Legacy): -14.99 dB -20.86 dB ITU-R BS.1770-3 Loudness: -18.90 LUFS 0dB = FS Square Wave Using RMS Window of 10.00 ms Account for DC = true
It would also drop very conveniently into a spreadsheet, which might give you more manageable results. But you don't have to apply anything to the file - just open it and scan it.