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How to use WaveOutSetVolume?

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Hi,
can you tell me
how to change the WaveOut
balance using WaveOutSetVolume?
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hI,

WaveOutSetVolume(hwo: Integer; dwVolume: Cardinal);

hwo is MediaPlayers DeviceId,

example:                          
dwVolume Full L+R = $FFFFFFFF
dwVolume Full L no R = $0000FFFF
dwVolume Full R no L = $FFFF0000
dwVolume no sound = $00000000

notice that the hi-order word refers to right channel and
lo-order word to left channel...
If use to set a mono soundcard, u specify the lo-order word
only.

so something like:
waveOutSetVolume(Mediaplayer1.DeviceID, $FFFF div 2);

should do it..
Regards Barry
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Thanks!!!
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