Moonshell Volume

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Azn_Tomato, Nov 4, 2008.

  1. Azn_Tomato
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    Sometimes, movie files convert and they are really soft, and as there is no option to significantly increase volume, there isn't much i can do.
    I find this especially true for movies; i spend hours and hours converting a movie, but i can't hear it without speakers.

    So, i need some way to make them louder. Doesn't sound to me like it should be so hard, but what do i know?
    I think that an app or update to batchdpg that would allow for sound adjustment or something would be great, but until then, thoughts as to what i should do?

    Thanks.
     
  2. .:drk_drgn:.

    .:drk_drgn:. rawr

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    Lol, A, B, X, or Y changes the volume, I forgot which one. Or maybe it's the D pad.
     
  3. Sir-Fritz

    Sir-Fritz GBAtemp Maniac

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    On moonshell its x and y i think.
     
  4. da_head

    da_head A dying dream..

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    or mebe it's the L, R, select, or start?

    (it's the X and Y)
     
  5. psycoblaster

    psycoblaster Divine

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    L is pause for sure, I think R was "next".
    I'm 100% sure X was increasing volume. I was a moonshell only person while I was watching fate/stay night and chrno crusade on my DS [​IMG] and I had to play around with the volumes a lot.
     
  6. Sarvesh50

    Sarvesh50 Aye!

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    x is up y is down but by tuning up the volume the quality decrease
     
  7. m-p{3}

    m-p{3} GBAtemp Regular

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    Probably the audio itself is too soft in the video file.
    Maybe increasing the dB on the audio when converting would be an idea.