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Add Volume Leveling Information to Files in Windows 7

By Codrut Nistor

Posted in How-to, Windows-7

As everyone knows every media file has its individual volume leveling information stored in it. Whenever a new media file is added to Windows Media Player by default it does not allow the file to import volume leveling information with it. Instead Windows Media Player automatically adjusts the volume level of the file when it is played. However if users want they can allow Windows Media Player to do so so that they can eliminate the requirement of manually adjusting the volume level of the newly stored media file. The configuration requires just a few simple clicks and as a Windows 7 user if you want to configure the above settings you are required to follow the steps given below:

  1. Logon to Windows 7 computer with any account as the configuration is user specific.

  2. Click on the icon of Windows Media Player available in the taskbar.

  3.  Once opened click on Organize menu and from the available list click on Options.

  4. On the opened box make sure that you are on Library tab and under Media Library Settings section check Add volume leveling information values for new filescheckbox.

  5. Click on Ok button when you are done.