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    EPIA Volume control Dll

    Here is a .net dll for anyone who wants to control the Master, Wave, Front, Rear, Center and Sub volumes of an epia m10000. May work on other epias but i havent tested.

    example usage

    Code:
    'All volume levels accept an integer value of 0 to 65535
    Dim EPIA As New EPIA_CARPC_SURSOUND.EPIA_SURSOUND
    
    MASTER_VOLUME.Value = EPIA.GetMasterVolume()
    
    EPIA.SetMasterVolume(MASTER_VOLUME.Value)
    ill post the source for the dll if there is any interest.
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    Hey Ageo,

    I'd be interested in the source, as I'd like to integrate it into my custom written front end (Which i'm hoping to release very soon)... if you know how to control Audigy and NForce faders as well I'd be very appreciative, as they don't seem to expose themselves to directshow.

    Cheers,
    Matt

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    this is specifically written for the epia because the surround volumes are in a mixer of their own.
    Most soundcards surround contols are in the same mixer as the master volume so id recommend looking at these.

    http://www.programmers-corner.com/sourcecode/74

    http://www.codeproject.com/useritems...forumid=217323

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