Re: How do I change the audio output of a specific program?
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Go to Settings (Windows+I)/System/Sound/App volume and device preferences. The first set of controls is master volume and overall sound settings. The second set of controls will let you select the output device and volume for running apps.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Kevin Minor
Sent: Sunday, February 28, 2021 9:14 AM
Subject: [win10] How do I change the audio output of a specific program?
I have a program called Stascom. It gives the time, announces battery level, and will correct the volume of the sound device if it gets too low. Even though it’s no longer being developed, I like it. I have a small problem. It’s speech is going through my internal sound device, and I’d prefer it to go through the default device. I’ve looked everywhere I can think of, but there’s nothing obvious. I looked in the program, and found nothing. I then thought it might have something to do with system sounds, but those go through the default device. I even checked out Microsoft speech, which is used, and that’s going through the proper device.
Any ideas? Something tells me this is a very simple fix. Oh yeah, uninstalling and reinstalling the program didn’t change anything.
Thanks in advance.
Kevin, Valerie and Jilly