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Volume setting in C++ Builder  while sound playing

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In C++ Builder there is a component TMediaPlayer. Unfortunately I couldn't find in it any method  to set a volume of played sound. How could be possible to do this programatically ?
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There is an example of setting the wave out volume using the waveOutSetVolume API here... its about half way down the page, you may find the entire page intresting...

http://developer.grup.com.tr/language/cbuilder/book2/cpb/9808/cpb9881.htm

You could also try the auxsetvolume API...

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/multimed/mmfunc_3eat.asp

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