Control system volume with IRSS

Discussion in 'IR Server Suite (IRSS)' started by bg1987, November 9, 2009.

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    Im using the irss translator to send various commands to my pc, and I want to know how can I hook it up so I can control the system volume with the remote.

    Also, if there is an explanation about what exactly the windows messages are (because i saw in the screenshots that they are used to control vlc, and I think they can be very very usefull to me.) and how to use them, It would be great.


     
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    if your using XP you can DL volume tracker, this will tie system volume to wav volume, might achieve the end result you desire.
     
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