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Windows 7: Media Player Classic Controlling It's Own Volume?

12 Nov 2013   #1

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Media Player Classic Controlling It's Own Volume?

I recently downloaded media player classic because vlc skips\pixelates and can't seem to handle some high resolution movies. and wmp's auto sound level is too quiet.
however about 3/4 through a few movies I've watched on it now I get this message:
'the first file in the folder is loaded now'
soon after another notification appears saying the volume decreases 5%.... then again and again. resetting it to 100% didn't stop it.
if the movie file is in a folder with other files mpc knows and will start playing the next file in my computers folder and auto add it to the playlist. of the movie is alone in a folder it keeps playing or one time it may have just cut off and restarted - thought it was a glitch at that time so I want paying that much attention until it kept happening other times.

what's going on?

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