[Sound] Volume automatically goes up when starting watching clips

  1.    07 Mar 2018 #1

    [Sound] Volume automatically goes up when starting watching clips

    No matter what application I watch, can be KMPlayer or just a browser's player, when I start the films, volume automatically goes up very high. Sometimes when I pause the film a little bit then resume, volume automatically goes up as well.
    Do I have to reinstall sound driver? I use the newest Windows 10 btw.
    Thanks for reading
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  2.    07 Mar 2018 #2


    Welcome to the forum :)

    Hopefully there is a simple solution. Have a look at Option 1 in the following tutorial and see if you need to adjust the volume levels.
    Note: You will need to launch KMPlayer and browser etc for them to be displayed in the Volume Mixer

    Adjust Volume Level of Individual Devices and Apps in Windows 10 Windows 10 Tutorials

    Good luck :)
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