How do we set the DeVeDe default volume to 110% in the ~/.devede file?
DeVeDe has been working flawlessly for me on Centos, as it's likely the only reliable DVD creation program available in the repositories.
I've had only one minor setup problem, which is I can't seem to set the default volume for the imported files.
DeVeDe version 3.16.9 always defaults to 100% volume.
Here's the current ~/.devede defaults file, as created by DeVeDe when I set it to NTSC (it starts off as PAL):I tried guessing by setting volume:110 in the ~/devede file, but that didn't work.$ cat ~/.devede
So, I ask:
Q: How do we set the default volume to 110% in the ~/.devede file?
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Last edited by rocksockdoc; 13th Mar 2013 at 09:48. Reason: The format is all screwed up by the text formatters of the videohelp web page (so I added HTML code manually).
does the program have a preference setting menu ?
is setting it each time you use it that big a issue ?
The preferences are set using the field of options, one of which is the volume setting for each title.
I'm sure there is a way to set the volume for each imported file in the ~/.devede preferences file; I just don't know the syntax to use.
Just to update, I've given up on trying to find the settings for the default volume in DeVeDe.
What I do when I author a DVD, is, for, say, 25 clips that need to be part of the authoring project - I open the properties form for each of the 25 clips, one by one, in turn, and manually set the default volume to 110%.
It's a pain. It's inefficient. But, it works.