Volume settings made in
are relative to the master Windows volume setting.
So if you set the
volume at 100%, it will at 100% of the current master Windows volume setting. This can make a Media List more portable from venue to venue since by simply adjusting master Windows volume setting, you can affect the relative volumes of the Media List .
slider control (Figure 1.) does NOT change the master Windows volume setting. You set the master Windows volume as usual in the Windows
Control Panel -- Sound and Audio Devices
applet or via a Volume Control icon in the Windows taskbar. The master Windows volume can be changed while
When the Video Mill Volume slider is set to the Maximum value (100%), it represents the original recorded, unadjusted volume of the sound.
The Volume Control (Volume Control) slider (Figure 1) will change the volume of one or multiple Media Screens based on the current setting of the Action Apply Mode.
If you select the slider control with the mouse, it will enable keyboard key operation of the slider. The Right Arrow and Left Arrow keys will move the slider position one tick for fine adjustment. The Page Up and Page Down keys will move the slider position five (5) ticks. Note: One tick the smallest adjustment available with the slider.
When the selected Media Item's Media Screen Volume is Muted, a Muted Indicator will be visibile on the Volume Control panel (Figure 1).