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Amplify Audio


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I have been ripping audio from video DVDs, which has been going fine. When I listen to the audio, though, it is too quiet. It's not that Roxio is reducing the volume (it isn't), but I would like to amplify the output. Where is the setting for this? I'm using Roxio Creator NXT 2 Pro on Windows platform. Thanks so much in advance!

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I have been ripping audio from video DVDs, which has been going fine. When I listen to the audio, though, it is too quiet. It's not that Roxio is reducing the volume (it isn't), but I would like to amplify the output. Where is the setting for this? I'm using Roxio Creator NXT 2 Pro on Windows platform. Thanks so much in advance!

 

What are you using to play the audio? Often the audio volume is set by Windows.

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I have been ripping audio from video DVDs, which has been going fine. When I listen to the audio, though, it is too quiet. It's not that Roxio is reducing the volume (it isn't), but I would like to amplify the output. Where is the setting for this? I'm using Roxio Creator NXT 2 Pro on Windows platform. Thanks so much in advance!

 

Have you checked the setting. on the little volume Icon ( lower right hand corner on the taskbar) to see where where Windows has set the volume ? Also where the volume is set for recording ?

 

 

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