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  • Gradual volume increase from MUTE

    Hello,

    I was wondering, could we implement a gradual volume increase from MUTE? Ie check if the current state is MUTEd and if true then volume to say 2%, unmute, and slowly build up to the current volume level?

    My case is this, listening to music at 70%, mute and forget it, after awhile, unmute and get blasted... Not a long delay but 1-2 seconds will be fine, both for my speakers and me

    Thanks!

  • #2
    you can do this with winamp
    run winamp stand alone

    go to
    Winamp Preferences>Plugins>Output>DirectSound output>Configure>Fading>on pause/stop

    check enable
    check Use custom fade time

    set the number to 4000ms which = 4sec

    when ever you pause or stop the music it will fade out and fade back in when you resume or start.
    There is no MUTE option so instead just pause
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    • #3
      Originally posted by liquid_smoke View Post
      you can do this with winamp
      run winamp stand alone

      go to
      Winamp Preferences>Plugins>Output>DirectSound output>Configure>Fading>on pause/stop

      check enable
      check Use custom fade time

      set the number to 4000ms which = 4sec

      when ever you pause or stop the music it will fade out and fade back in when you resume or start.
      There is no MUTE option so instead just pause
      That is exactly what I had in mind, but from RR, thus covering TV, Radio, video etc..

      Guino any help on that please???

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      • #4
        I think Robby added a feature for this for phoco, you should prob ask him about it.
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