How can I adjust volume levels of individual applications? Everyone suggest using PulseAudio Volume Control, but it only allows to adjust volume of applications like video/music players, etc. How can I adjust settings of let's say BitTorrent client?
On Windows 7/8 I can easily adjust volume levels on all running applications.
Designed for use on tablets running Android 3.x OS and above.
This app puts the volume control alert. Allows you to adjust the volume without using the volume buttons and equipment without leaving the application. For example, you can adjust the volume of your video directly from the notification window, continuing to watch the video.
Hello, how can I set the volume level for the optical output?
If I change the volume, the actual volume doesn't change until 0 when it becomes mute.
The only thing I can change is the volume related to the application but I want to set the general volume controller, not the application-specific.
As long as I experienced KDE distros (openSUSE and Kubuntu derivatives (Mint KDE and Netrunner)), every
While running XBMC, I can adjust the volume of the XBMC application itself. However, this volume is limited by the current system volume. For example, if the system volume is at 80% and XBMC is at 100%, I am effectively at 80% and cannot go higher.
Any ideas on how to adjust the in-call volume after 4.4.2 update? Phone is stock, no root......wish I had. Used to be able to adjust the volume simply by the volume rocker while in call, but no longer can after the update. Factory reset after the update and solved other issues I had, but this one is still lingering.
I have an audio driver present in linux kernel that i have. Using alsa utilities like aplay, set and get i want to write a c application to test driver's functionalities like playback, set volume and get volume. I have a confusion that how to use aplay and other alsa commands in a c code. I am doing it for the very first time.