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Windows 7: Is there anyway to increase the volume of video?

06 Oct 2009   #11

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Thanks Harpua for your advice. Fortunately I am also using MPC home cinema.

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06 Oct 2009   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by apple2005 View Post
Just want to know if there is any way to modify or increase the volume of video or audio as the volume of some videos are less? I mean to edit and increase the volume and add stereo affect.

If using the Win7codecs, go to the Audio TAB and select 'Normalize Audio'
That setting will correct your issue.
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06 Oct 2009   #13

windows seven

Thanks shark007 for your reply. I am sorry and sad about your illness, which I came to know. God bless. Members should donate to your work and you.
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06 Oct 2009   #14

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

In no way, shape or form, do i wish to receive donations based on the status of my health. If you use my codec releases, and they perform satisfactorily for you, by all means consider donating to help support further development.

Because apple2005 put it out there, this is the 1st time I make a puplic statement on this topic.
To those concerned of my health status;
I spent the majority of my adult life raising 2 children as a single parent and building roads and bridges. While working on the road, eating fastfood was a convenience that at the time, I was unaware was going to kill me. 3.5 yrs ago i suffered a major heartattack as a direct result of my poor eating habits and the resulting surgery saved my life. Just 7 weeks ago I suffered another. At this time, further testing is needed to decide an appropriate path to recovery.
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06 Oct 2009   #15

Windows 7 x64 HP, Windows 7 HP, Windows 7 Ult

Shark's codecs are reason enough to donate. Best you'll ever use, and only ones you'll ever need.

Pay him for the excellent work he does, he isn't a charity case.
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12 Sep 2013   #16


I share my experience.
I use a ddvideo video to mp4gain tool to increase my volume for video and audio files.usually.I select 98db.very great.Now,never again worry about varying volume and manually adjust the Volume Level
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 Is there anyway to increase the volume of video?

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