I wirelessly stream a lot of video from my computer to my LG blu ray. The sound volume varies tremendously from one thing to another, but only when I stream it. On the computer they all seem to work fine and I have no problems.
My TV volume goes from 0-50 and some things are fine at 15-20, some at 30-35, others I have to turn all the way up to 50, then I forget and switch back to regular TV and practically deafen myself and blow out my speakers.
I have not been able to determine any pattern to this. One video will be fine, and the next will be awful, even though they are the same format, as far as I know.
On the computer, I use the KMPlayer and like I said I can't tell any difference at all when playing them with that, the volume seems the same for everything. It is only when streaming them that the volume changes.
This happens whether I stream them with WMP or Nero MediaHome.
Does anyone know what is going on, and what I can do about it, hopefully without having to reencode anything?
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KMPlayer may have some sort of normalising function which attempts to level out the audio. It's actually fairly common for audio in video files to vary quite but in level.
Maybe if you upload short samples of video containing soft and loud audio when you stream? I don't stream video myself so maybe someone who does can offer further insight.