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DirectOS Xtra
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dosSetVolume(string SoundChannel, integer Volume)

Sets the volume of the specified sound channel. 

Parameters :
SoundChannel : A string specifying the sound channel. This parameter is case insensitive. 

Possible Values For Windows And MacOS :
"Master Out Volume"
"Master Out Mute"

Possible Values For Windows Only :

"Master In Volume"

"Wave Out Volume"
"Wave Out Mute"
"Wave In Volume"
"Synthesizer Out Volume"
"Synthesizer Out Mute"
"Synthesizer In Volume"
"PhoneLine Out Volume"
"PhoneLine Out Mute"
"PhoneLine In Volume"
"Aux Out Volume"
"Aux Out Mute"
"Aux In Volume"
"TV Out Volume"
"TV Out Mute"
"TV In Volume"
"Microphone Out Volume"
"Microphone Out Mute"
"Microphone In Volume"
"Line Out Volume"
"Line Out Mute"
"Line In Volume"
"CD Out Volume"
"CD Out Mute"
"CD In Volume"

Possible Values For MacOS Only :
"Beep Out Volume"
"Beep Out Mute"

Volume : When setting the channel Volume, this could be a value between 0 (complete silence) to 65535 (maximum volume). When setting the channel Mute state, this could be 1 for muting the channel and 0 (zero) for un-muting it.

Return Value : An integer indicating whether the method succeeded or failed. A value of 1 indicates that the method succeeded. A value of 0 indicates the method failed, in which case dosGetLastError() should be called to determine the cause of the error. 

Possible Returned Error Codes via dosGetLastError()
10001 : Invalid value for the sound channel.
10042 : Sound channel is not available.



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