Re: Discrepancy Between NVDA and Youtube sounds
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What have you set the volume slider to in the YouTube window itself? There is also the Volume Mixer app in Windows 10 which you can open by pressing Windows+r, typing “sndvol” (without the quotes) and pressing enter. This displays the relative volume settings of audio related apps currently running. An app must be running to appear in this list, so start your YouTube video and pause it before opening volume mixer.
From: Nevzat Adil
Sent: 15 June 2020 00:22
Subject: Re: [nvda] Discrepancy Between NVDA and Youtube sounds
No ducking gave the best result, but still not good enough.
There must be another way of equalizing the sound volume of NVDA and
On 6/14/20, hurrikennyandopo ... <hurrikennyandopo@...> wrote:
> I have not used it for a while but have you got ducking turned on set to
> always duck in nvda. I think it makes nvdas voice louder and if watching
> you tube etc it makes it duck and heaps quieter.
> Use the nvda key + shift key + the letter D and cycle it away from it.
> You should hear aalways duck, no ducking, duck when out putting speech
> and sounds and always duck.
> See if that works.
> Gene nz
> On 15/06/2020 7:16 am, Nevzat Adil wrote:
>> Hi every one,
>> There is a discrepancy between the volume of sound I get from NVDA and
>> For instance, when I listen to a Youtube video I need to turn the
>> volume all the way up to hear some sound, but then the volume from
>> NVDA is at 100%.
>> Is there a way to equalize the sound volumes of both NVDA and Youtube
>> so that I won't have to turn up the volume all the way up to listen to
>> a Youtube video?
>> Any help would be appreciated.
>> Nevzat Adil
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