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タイトル SoundVolumeView
URL http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/sound_volume_view.html
バージョン 2.06   2.05   2.00   1.90   1.87   1.86   1.85   1.83   1.82   1.81   1.80  
更新日 2020/02/03
追加日 2016/03/09
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2020/02/03 ver 2.06

SoundVolumeView v2.06 - View / change sound volume on Windows 10 / 7 / 8 / 2008 from command-line or GUI
Copyright (c) 2013 - 2020 Nir Sofer
Version 2.06:
Added 'Select All' and 'Deselect All' to the 'Column Settings' window.
Get sound level information from command line
If you want to get the current sound volume or mute status from command-line, there are 2 different methods you can use:
Use the get commands of SoundVolumeView - /GetPercent /GetPercentChannel, /GetDecibel, /GetDecibelChannel, /GetMute :
These commands return the desired sound level information inside the Exit Status of the program.
Because the Exit Status is an integer value, the percent value is multiplied by 10 and the Decibel value is multiplied by 1000.
You can get more information about these commands in the 'Command-Line Options' section.
You can get the desired value inside a batch file by using the %errorlevel% variable, for example.
SoundVolumeView.exe /GetPercent Speakers
echo %errorlevel%
Be aware that the above example only works when saving the commands into a batch file and then running the batch file. If you try to execute it without a batch file, you'll only get zero result. It's not a bug in
SoundVolumeView, it's just the way that the %errorlevel% variable works.
Use the combination of GetNir tool and SoundVolumeView to send the desired value to stdout.
For example, the following command sends to stdout the current sound volume (in percent) of a device that its name is 'Speakers':
SoundVolumeView.exe /stab "" | GetNir "Volume Percent" "Name=Speakers && Type=Device"
The following command sends to stdout the current mute status (From the 'Muted' column) of the device that its friendly name is Realtek High Definition Audio\Device\Speakers\Render:
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2019/12/24 ver 2.05

SoundVolumeView v2.05 - View / change sound volume on Windows 10 / 7 / 8 / 2008 from command-line or GUI
Version 2.05:
Added 'Registry Key' column, which displays the Registry key of audio device.
Added 'Open Device Key In RegEdit' option, which allows you to open the device Registry key in RegEdit.
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2019/10/31 ver 2.00

SoundVolumeView v2.00 - View / change sound volume on Windows 10 / 7 / 8 / 2008 from command-line or GUI
Version 2.00:
In order to create the desktop shortcut, simply select the desired item, and then go to File -> Create Desktop Shortcut and choose the desired action to execute when
the shortcut is activated. You can also use the 'Create Desktop Shortcut' submenu in the right-click context menu.
After creating the shortcut, you can right-click on it, choose 'Properties' and then choose the desired key combination to activate the shortcut.
Creating Desktop Shortcuts
In order to create the desktop shortcut, simply select the desired item, and then go to File -> Create Desktop Shortcut and choose the desired action to execute when
the shortcut is activated. You can also use the 'Create Desktop Shortcut' submenu in the right-click context menu.
After creating the shortcut, you can right-click on it, choose 'Properties' and then choose the desired key combination to activate the shortcut.
You can use this command to set the audio balance of device or application.
If you have left and right channels, 0 is usually the left channel and 1 is the right channel.
You can use this command to set the audio balance of device or application.
If you have left and right channels, 0 is usually the left channel and 1 is the right channel.
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2019/10/14 ver 1.90

Pre-Release Tools
SoundVolumeView v1.90 - View / change sound volume on Windows 10 / 7 / 8 / 2008 from command-line or GUI
Version 1.90:
Added 'Default Multimedia' and 'Default Communications' columns, which display the Multimedia and Communications default types.
(The 'Default' column displays the 'Console' default).
Added option to specify default Multimedia/Communications device instead of name: DefaultRenderDeviceMulti, DefaultCaptureDeviceMulti, DefaultRenderDeviceComm, DefaultCaptureDeviceComm.
You can specify "DefaultCaptureDevice" and "DefaultRenderDevice" in order to refer the default Console render/capture device.
For default Communications device, you can specify DefaultCaptureDeviceComm and DefaultRenderDeviceComm, and for default Multimedia device
you can specify DefaultRenderDeviceMulti and DefaultCaptureDeviceMulti.
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2019/06/27 ver 1.87

SoundVolumeView v1.87
Version 1.87:
The 'Command-Line Friendly ID' now specifies whether the device is a capture or render device.
Example:
SoundVolumeView.exe /GetPercent Speakers
echo %errorlevel%
Example:
SoundVolumeView.exe /GetDecibel Speakers
echo %errorlevel%
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2019/05/18 ver 1.86

SoundVolumeView v1.86
Version 1.86:
Added new command-line options: /GetDecibel , /GetDecibelChannel
/GetDecibel [Name]
Returns the current volume level in decibel, multiplied by 1000.
/GetDecibelChannel [Name] [Channel Number]
Returns the current volume level of specific channel in decibel, multiplied by 1000.
In the [Channel Number] parameter you should specify 0 for the first channel, 1 for the second channel, and so on...
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2019/01/11 ver 1.85

SoundVolumeView v1.85
Copyright (c) 2013 - 2019 Nir Sofer
Version 1.85:
Added new command-line options: /SetListenToThisDevice , /SetPlaybackThroughDevice , /RunAsAdmin
/SetListenToThisDevice [Name] [0 | 1]
Sets the 'Listen to this device' value (For recording devices only).
0 = No, 1 = Yes.
You must run SoundVolumeView as administrator in order to the set the 'Listen to this device' value.
Example: SoundVolumeView.exe /RunAsAdmin /SetListenToThisDevice "Microphone" 1
/SetPlaybackThroughDevice [Recording Device] [Playback Device]
Sets the 'Playback through this device' value.
You must run SoundVolumeView as administrator in order to the set the 'Playback through this device' value.
Example: SoundVolumeView.exe /RunAsAdmin /SetPlaybackThroughDevice "Microphone" "{0.0.0.00000000}.{7747b192-73b2-47d3-a2c0-168e94af7f9e}"
/RunAsAdmin
Runs SoundVolumeView as administrator (for using with /SetPlaybackThroughDevice and /SetListenToThisDevice command-line options)
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2018/09/27 ver 1.83

SoundVolumeView v1.83
Version 1.83:
Fixed bug: SoundVolumeView failed to remember the last size/position of the properties window if it was not located in the primary monitor.
You can now send the data to stdout by specifying empty string as filename, for example:
SoundVolumeView.exe /scomma "" | more
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2018/08/11 ver 1.82

SoundVolumeView v1.82
Version 1.82:
You can now resize the properties window, and the last size/position of this window is saved in the .cfg file.
SoundVolumeView.exe /GetPercent Speakers
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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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