|04-13-2012, 08:27 PM||#1|
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Low audio volume
Is there a way/player/program to increase the audio (volume)
The reason for this question is that i also like to understand what they are
talking about, a specially in regular movies.
If these movies are with Dutch audio (my language) than there is no problem,
but if they are talking French, German or English than i need to concentrate on
the audio to get every thing.
For some movies i need to set the audio on maximum, but it is still to low understand
what they are saying.
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|04-13-2012, 09:10 PM||#2|
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You could try this
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|04-17-2012, 08:59 AM||#3|
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Have you tried Virtualdb?Many links of tutorials for help on the web.It brings lot of solutions audio or video.
|04-17-2012, 09:11 AM||#4|
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I find KM Player significantly better for Audio
Pot player is said to be better again
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One other 3rd party piece of software I've used occasionally when sound has been an issue
dfx audio enhancer
(it basically replaces your players equalizer from what I can gleam)
The free version does have an annoying pop-up which keeps asking if you wish to upgrade peridically and then theres the fact you cant minimise the interface off the screen
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|04-25-2012, 10:28 PM||#5|
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|04-27-2012, 08:17 PM||#6|
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VLC (free at cnet) produces the loudest sound I've heard. Granted KM is probabably just as loud but develops an echo at even the slightest speed reduction - sometimes a must have when viewing ....ahem ... adult videos.
At 80 percent VLC retains voice quality and the actor's speech is still bearable.
Also, be sure it is not a hardware issue. There are generally 3 places to check:
1. The actual knobs on the speakers if it's a desk top or the volume up down keys on a laptop.
2. The sounds and audio settings in the control panel should be turned up
3. In the lower right corner of the screen there may also be a tiny speaker icon that can be dragged up to full volume