Does "Play audio at X dB" change?

  • I tried to flip around, using 0.2/0,2 dB / 1dB / 2dB / 5dB but sounds / music is always the same.

    Does this function do anything or is there a other way for me to controll volume?

    Still no change even if I increase a lot.

  • Sound always plays at full volume (0db). You can only decrease it: -5, -150,...

  • Sound always plays at full volume (0db). You can only decrease it: -5, -150,...

    oh I see, Guess I gotta make it higher in a external software then?

    Cheers mate

  • And remember that decibels aren't linear. 150 decibel difference is massive. A 10 decibel increase (or decrease in this case) is roughly twice as loud (or soft). 20 decibels less is half of the previous half and so on (approximately).

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  • Sound always plays at full volume (0db). You can only decrease it: -5, -150,...

    *smacks head* I can't believe I didn't know that! That would explain why some of my quieter sound effects are refusing to make themselves heard :p

    Time to go boost them in Audacity and reimport methinks

  • I thought the Set volume action allows increasing the volume? I tried values from 10-50 (+ and -) and never heard a difference and thought its broken. I need to try again with much higher values then.

  • I thought the Set volume action allows increasing the volume? I tried values from 10-50 (+ and -) and never heard a difference and thought its broken. I need to try again with much higher values then.

    I just dragged the .ogg in to sony vegas and raised the volume and pressed save, took 10 seconds and now I increased the volume by a lot!

    (can also decrease)

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