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    Volume using mswebdvd

    Anyone here ever used mswebdvd for dvd playback and experienced low volume? I can't seem to figure out how to raise the volume when using it. Any suggestions?

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    controlname.volume = 0 will set it to max

    And the volume is probably not low, you just percieve it as low because
    of it's dynamic range.
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    I had it set to 0... It just seemed that on some films even if I crank up the master to 100% you can barely hear it... Wish I could boost the volume somehow using mswebdvd, any ideas?

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