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Windows 7: Volume / Zoom settings across different tuners . .

05 Jan 2010   #1

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Volume / Zoom settings across different tuners . .

Hi All,

I'm running WMC7 with 2 tuners - 1 is an analogue Hauppauge 150 into which I've plugged my Sky STB - the other is a newly installed Videomate DVBS card for Freesat.

My issue is that the Sky STB setup works fine, but requires Zoom level 3 to put the picture into a 16:9 format for my 32" widescreen but it's plenty loud enough . . . I've been running this tuner on it's own for a while and it's brilliant . . . the DVB-S card however (which I've just installed) requires Zoom level 1 as the picture is already 16:9 and is VERY quiet.

Is there any way I can set tuner specific Zoom and Volume level settings to resolve these issues? I really don't want to have change the zoom setting and fiddle with the volume every time I switch channels / tuners . . .

?

Cheers

Cliff

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