|27 Apr 2013||#1|
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Setting volume mixer with script?
I play PC games, and often I want to switch between specific volume mixer settings while I am playing. Ideally I would like to setup keyboard shortcuts for specific volume mixer configurations.
Is there a way I can get fine grained control over the volume mixer using a script?
I have looked at the command line controls for sndvol.exe, but it does not appear to give options for controlling the mixer.
For example I would like to have keys that do something like this:
Key 1 - Set "Teamspeak 3" volume to 22% & Set "BF3" volume to 22%
Key 2 - Set "Teamspeak 3" volume to 22% & Set "BF3" volume to 18%
Key 3 - Set "Teamspeak 3" volume to 22% & Set "BF3" volume to 5%
I specifically like these volume settings based on what is happening in the game, and I would like to be able to quickly switch between them.
I really appreciate any input,
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