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michail

Control sound level of WMP

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hello!

Is there any way to control the level of sound of Windows Media Player with AutoIT? Any special command or function... For example, I need to make the volume of 55

OS: XP/Vista/7

Edited by michail

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Hi michail.

I`m not sure is it that exactly what you are looking for but i think only about this way.

#cs

Right Arrow for Up Volume

Left Arrow for down Volume

Down Arrow for Mute

Tested under: Win XP SP2

Windows Media Player 11.0.5721.5145


#ce




HotKeySet("{RIGHT}", "UP")

HotKeySet("{LEFT}", "DOWN")

HotKeySet("{DOWN}","Mute")

HotKeySet("{ESC}","_exit")


While 1
Sleep(98)
WEnd


Func UP()

    if ProcessExists("wmplayer.exe") Then
        WinActivate("[CLASS:WMPlayerApp]")
    Send("{F9}")
EndIf
EndFunc ;<== UP()


Func down()

    if ProcessExists("wmplayer.exe") Then
    WinActivate("[CLASS:WMPlayerApp]")
    Send("{F8}")
EndIf
EndFunc ; <== down()


Func Mute()

    if ProcessExists("wmplayer.exe") Then
    WinActivate("[CLASS:WMPlayerApp]")
    Send("{F7}")
EndIf
    EndFunc ; <= Mute

Func _exit()
    Exit
    EndFunc; _exit()

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