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Some of my Videos have really low volume--Zoom Player Decoders

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Katylar, Dec 16, 2011.

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  1. Katylar

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    Hi! I used Zoom Player Max for my video needs (I love CCCP, but I'm quite used to Zoom, thank you). Given that, I use the Install Center to make sure that I have all the Codecs necessary to watch most my videos. Mostly, I see that my player uses Haali to open MKVs, and FFDShow Audio to make the sound.

    Unfortunately, I noticed that with some of my videos, I get really low volume. I haven't been able to see a pattern, but I honestly think there is one. It might be with the bitrates, or whatever is used (I honestly don't know the difference between AAC, AC3 or whatever). In fact, I also thing it might have something to do with the Dolby 5.1 settings? I use a pair of 2.0 Stereo Speakers with the default Win7 Driver. This isn't an intermittent issue--it's consistent. Meaning that if the audio plays normally in one batch of videos from the same encoder, then it will always play normally. However, some of my videos (for example, a particular anime series fansub), will be encoded in such a way that it will always play really really soft.

    Please help!
     
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