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Just built my first comp this past week (most fun I've had in a while haha) and I have run into a really peculiar problem with power dvd 11 ultra. In all other programs (foobar, games etc) I have normal volume through the HDMI (1.4a) of the evga gtx 570 but whenever I put in a DVD or Blu Ray the volume seems way too muffled. Here is the list of things I have already tried.
The obvious changing of both the computer master volume and the powerdvd software itself.
Changing the environment option (from quiet to noisy) within the player itself.
Regedit to change the hexadecimal value of mastervolume key to 0x0000000018
I can get the receiver/amplifier to put out decent volume but ONLY if every volume is set close to max (this clearly shouldn't happen as music played through this volume would rupture eardrums and cause sudden abortions within a 2 mile radius). Thanks for all the help in advance.
post #2 of 4
When you say "The obvious changing of both the computer master volume and the powerdvd software itself." Does that mean you already tried another media player software and it does the same thing?

If you haven't, download VLC player and see if it does the same thing there. Just to make sure it's not PowerDVD that's causing the problem.

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I have tried VLC and Media Player Classic Home Edition 64bit and they have no audio problems whatsoever with DVDs so I know the problem lies within PowerDVD, but I need PowerDVD so I can play blurays'. The VLC and MPC methods to enable bluray playback are too long and I tried starting them yesterday but I couldn't find half of the needed files and codecs to accomplish what I needed.
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I have no special knowledge about PowerDVD but maybe you can get support from their website/forums for more specific concerns.
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