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cTurtle98

150% volume (like VLC)

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cTurtle98

a lot of my media is really quiet and I have to go into the windows volume mixer and turn everything else to 50% volume and leave emby theater at full to get it to normal volume

 

it would be great if I could set the volume in emby theater to 150% like I can in vlc

 

is there anyway to make the volume slider go to 150%

 

thanks

 

DETAILS:

emby theater from windows store on windows 10 (client)

emby server Version 3.2.70.0 on debian 9 (server)

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Smitty018210

Hey not what you want but might help you like it dose me. I'm half def in one ear so I was always looking to find a way to do this too. I found Equalizer APO (google). You can set the gain higher or lower it. I like it because you can also do left or right channels as well. Word of advise though, turn the gain off when you are not using it. (It stays on) Works really well with headphones too. Good luck. ~smitty

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ebr

"This one goes to 11..."

 

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Smitty018210

Hello Cleveland!! @@ebr

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Jdiesel

It is generally frowned upon to ever "boast" an audio signal as it not only reduced quality but also can introduce distortion that can damage equipment. When setting an equalizer the rule of thumb has always been cut the peaks, not boost the nulls, although a boost of +3db is usually consider acceptable if there are no other options. Is there anyway that you can lower the volume of the other programs?  

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yaggermr

I would love to choose custom volume boost. I'm not sure what it is but files played direct on Emby are often lower than when played back via Kodi or VLC.

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