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タイトル SoundVolumeView
URL http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/sound_volume_view.html
バージョン 1.81   1.80   1.75   1.72   1.71   1.70   1.66   1.65   1.60   1.57   1.56  
更新日 2018/04/16
追加日 2016/03/09
種別 フリーソフト
説明 システム上に存在するアクティブなサウンドコンポーネントの音量レベルを一覧表示することができシンプルなツール。

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バージョン履歴

2018/04/16 ver 1.81

SoundVolumeView v1.81
Version 1.81:
Added /ChangeVolumeChannel command-line option, for changing the volume of specific channel.
the percent of volume level to increase (positive number) or decrease (negative number).
/ChangeVolumeChannel [Name] [Channel Number] [Volume]
Changes the channel volume of the specified item.
In the [Channel Number] parameter you should specify 0 for the first channel, 1 for the second channel, and so on...
The [Volume] is a number between -100 and 100, which specifies
the percent of volume level to increase (positive number) or decrease (negative number).
SoundVolumeView.exe /ChangeVolumeChannel "vlc.exe" 0 -20
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2018/04/07 ver 1.80

SoundVolumeView v1.80
Version 1.80:
Added 'Selected Channel' option (Under the Options menu).
If you want to change the volume of specific channel, you can choose the desired channel from this menu, and then
use the Increase/Decrease 1%/5%/10% options (under the Volume menu) or the mouse wheel to change the volume of the selected channel.
The Increase/Decrease options can also be used for specific channel. In order to do that, choose the desired channel from Options -> Selected Channel.
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2018/03/07 ver 1.75

SoundVolumeView v1.75
Version 1.75:
Added support for setting the volume of specific channels for specific application from command-line.
For example, the following command sets the volume of the left channel to 50% only for Chrome Web browser:
SoundVolumeView.exe /SetVolumeChannels "chrome.exe" 50 100
Also, the current channels volume of application is displayed in the 'Channels Percent' column.
Added 'focusedname' to all command-line options, which allows you to change the volume all instances of the focused application.
Fixed bug: When using 'focused' in command-line and but there was no focused application, SoundVolumeView changed the 'System Sounds' items.
You can specify 'FocusedName' to change the volume of all instances of focused application.
SoundVolumeView.exe /SetVolume "chrome.exe" 75
SoundVolumeView.exe /SetVolumeChannels "chrome.exe" 50 100
SoundVolumeView.exe /Switch FocusedName
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2018/01/11 ver 1.72

SoundVolumeView v1.72
Copyright (c) 2013 - 2018 Nir Sofer
Version 1.72:
Added 'Align Numeric Columns To Right' option.
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2017/10/21 ver 1.71

SoundVolumeView v1.71
Version 1.71:
You can now specify "DefaultCaptureDevice" and "DefaultRenderDevice" in the [Name] parameter of all command-line options in order to refer the default render/capture device.
You can specify "DefaultCaptureDevice" and "DefaultRenderDevice" in order to refer the default render/capture device.
/DisableEnable [Name]
SoundVolumeView.exe /Mute "DefaultRenderDevice"
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2017/08/04 ver 1.70

SoundVolumeView v1.70
Version 1.70:
Added /WaitForItem command-line option, which instructs SoundVolumeView to wait until the sound item appears. You can use this feature to change the application volume for applications that are currently not running.
For example, if you want to mute the sound of Chrome Web browser and it's not running at this moment:
SoundVolumeView.exe /Mute chrome.exe /WaitForItem 0
Disabled devices are now displayed with disabled icon.
/GetPercentChannel [Name] [Channel Number]
Returns the current volume level of specific channel in percent, multiplied by 10.
In the [Channel Number] parameter you should specify 0 for the first channel, 1 for the second channel, and so on...
/WaitForItem [Number Of Seconds]
Instructs SoundVolumeView to wait the specified number of seconds until the sound item appears. You can use this feature to change the application volume for applications that are not running at this moment.
For example, if you want to mute the sound of Chrome Web browser and it's not running at this moment:
SoundVolumeView.exe /Mute chrome.exe /WaitForItem 5000
You can specify 0 in [Number Of Seconds] if you want to wait infinitely.
SoundVolumeView.exe /GetPercentChannel "Speakers" 0
SoundVolumeView.exe /Mute "Firefox.exe" /WaitForItem 3600
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2017/05/25 ver 1.66

SoundVolumeView v1.66
Version 1.66:
Added /GetPercentChannel command-line option.
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2017/05/05 ver 1.65

SoundVolumeView v1.65
Version 1.65:
Added 'Command-Line Friendly ID' column. You can use the string displayed in this column in all command-line options when you have multiple items with the same name (For example: 2 'Speakers' devices).
This ID is more friendly than the ID provided by Windows operating system ('Item ID' column), for example: "Realtek High Definition Audio\Device\Speakers" and "2- USB AUDIO\Device\Microphone".
The ID of the item, as appeared under the 'Command-Line Friendly ID' column (This ID is generated by SoundVolumeView and it's designed to be more friendly than the 'Item ID' column)
SoundVolumeView.exe /SetVolume "High Definition Audio Device\Device\Speakers" 50
SoundVolumeView.exe /Switch "Realtek High Definition Audio\Device\Speakers"
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2017/04/13 ver 1.60

SoundVolumeView v1.60
Version 1.60:
Added 'Disable Device' and 'Enable Device' options.
Added 'Show Disabled Devices' option, when it's turned on, SoundVolumeView displays disabled items.
Added 'Device State' column - Displays whether a device is active or disabled.
Added new command-line options - /Disable , /Enable , /DisableEnable
/Disable [Name]
Disables the specified device
/Enable [Name]
Enables the specified device
/DisableEnabled [Name]
Switches the specified device between active and disabled state.
SoundVolumeView.exe /DisableEnable Speakers
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2017/03/30 ver 1.57

SoundVolumeView v1.57
Version 1.57:
Added 'Copy Mute/Unmute Command' option (Ctrl+M), which copies to the clipboard a command to mute and unmute the selected sound component (Using the /Switch command-line option).
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2017/01/31 ver 1.56

SoundVolumeView v1.56
Copyright (c) 2013 - 2017 Nir Sofer
Version 1.56:
Added /ChangeVolumeDecibel command-line option, which allows you to increase/decrease the volume of devices and subunits in Decibel, for example:
SoundVolumeView.exe /ChangeVolumeDecibel "Microphone Boost" -10
For example, in order to set the volume of all applications to 100%:
SoundVolumeView.exe /SetVolume AllAppVolume 100
/ChangeVolumeDecibel [Name] [Volume]
Increase/decrease the sound volume of the specified item. The [Volume] is in decibels.
SoundVolumeView.exe /SetVolume AllAppVolume 100
SoundVolumeView.exe /ChangeVolumeDecibel "Microphone Boost" 10
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