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It looks like Microsoft is killing the Windows Volume Mixer in an upcoming Windows 10 update. The good news is that there’s already an excellent third party Volume Mixer replacement that offers even more functionality.
Windows 10 changed the basic look of the taskbar volume slider for the first time in 20 years, from a vertical slider to a horizontal one. There’s some admittedly handy functionality built into the new Windows 10 volume slider, but the good news is that those who really like the old vertical style can have it back, even in the latest builds of Windows 10.
If you listen to lots of different types of media on your Windows PC you may find that they’re all at different volumes, some too quiet and some too loud. One solution to this is a built-in Windows feature called Loudness Equalization, which aims to normalize your PC’s volume output. Here’s how it works.
AirPlay 2 has just launched as part of the iOS 11.4 update, almost a year after the company first announced the technology at its WWDC 2017 keynote. It’s currently limited to Apple’s HomePod speaker, but a number of third party manufacturers have pledged to bring it to their own products in the coming months. So even if you don’t own a HomePod, here’s a quick look at the improvements AirPlay 2 brings and the devices on which you’ll soon be able to find it.
Apple’s new HomePod has earned high marks for audio quality, but it works only via AirPlay. This is no problem for those with iPhones, iPads, and Macs, but what about Windows users? Is there any way to stream audio from Windows to HomePod? Indeed there is! Here’s how to do it.
The HomePod may certainly favor Apple’s own music service, but that doesn’t mean you’re stuck with Apple Music. In fact, if you have a Mac, you can use the HomePod as an external AirPlay speaker for any music or audio source. Here’s how to send audio from your Mac to your HomePod via AirPlay.
The Mac’s built-in QuickTime application will let you create audio and video recordings, but it’s a whiz at making videos of your screen, too, which is very handy for sending tutorials to other folks. We’ll show you how in this article!
The Windows 10 Anniversary Update includes a handy new feature that lets you quickly change your audio playback device via the taskbar. Here’s how it works.
iMovie is great, but its features can seem pretty daunting for some. If all you need to do is trim the end of a clip, for example, there’s a much easier program that’ll let you do video editing on the Mac—QuickTime! We’ll tell you about a few of its best features.