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Help with sound volume in powerpoint
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Topic: Help with sound volume in powerpoint
Posted: 22 Sep 2012 at 09:08
Ok here is my problem. I have added a sound loop or music loop to powerpoint slides. It seems to working but the sound volume is really low. Is there anyway I can increase the sound level of music in powerpoint using your software?
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|Quote Reply Posted: 26 Sep 2012 at 13:03|
welcome to the 123PPT Community and PowerPoint Forum.
If you add a music loop to your PowerPoint slides using The 123PPT Music & SoundFX Studio for PowerPoint then you will notice that you have full control over any sound in your presentation using the audio effect options that include Fade In Music, Fade Out Music and Volume etc.
You can control the volume of each and every piece of music and sound in your presentation using the 123PPT Music & SoundFX Studio and you can control the volume from 0% (Mute) right up to 100% (full volume).
If you have not purchased a license for the 123PPT Music & SoundFX Studio and do not own either a Lite Edition license or a Deluxe Edition license then you are probably running the Free Trial Edition.
The Free Trial Edition of the 123PPT Music & SoundFX Studio has 5 music loops bundled with it all optimized in volume. If you are using any of these music loops in your presentation and have set the sound volume to Default (100%) and your sound is volume seems to be low then this is either because the volume settings of your sound card are set to low or your speakers volume settings are set to low.
In the lower right hand corner of your Microsoft Windows you should see a small speaker icon in the task bar. If you right mouse click this you can open your Windows sound card settings and check that your system volume settings.
I know it may seem a no-brainer, but do check the volume dial of your speakers also because it may be that you have turned the sound down on your speakers in addition to your sound card settings in addition to the volume settings in the 123PPT Music & SoundFX Studio.
If you return each or all of these to their normal default settings you will probably find your sound is back to loud vibrant audio in your PowerPoint presentation.
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