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Old 02-26-2006, 10:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Are any of the plug-ins for windows media player worthwhile?

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what are you looking for?
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you have to buy most of the plug-ins.

If you want a visualization or a skin, go download one, they're neat.
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they have a bunch of free ones on ms website
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I'm looking for an option that will normalize the volume of my entire music file.

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there is already a plug-in for that built-in to windows media player for XP.
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Where is it? I can't find it. Will it also normalize a burn volume?

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what do you mean by normalize?
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Older Cd's that I've loaded onto my computer for some reason are play at a lower volume than newer Cd's. I don't know why this is.

I'm looking for an option that will set my every mp3 in my computer to play at the same volume level in windows media player.

This is because when I create a playlist, I'll have one song that ripped from newer cd play at a higher volume than a song that was ripped from an older cd.

I hope that makes sense. Sorry for the long Post

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