Windows Vista's audio capabilities

Posted on Monday, Oct 03 2005 @ 00:27 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The Windows Vista team has posted a quite lengthy video over at MSDN's Channel 9 about audio in Windows Vista:
This is Larry Osterman's long-kept secret. The audio stack in Windows Vista has been completely rewritten so we can have cool things like per-app audio control. Anyway, Steve Ball talks to us about what the team has been working on and gives us some demos and introduces us to the team, including Larry.
You can check out the video over here.


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Re: Windows Vista's audio capabilities
by Anonymous on Thursday, Jan 05 2006 @ 20:09 CET
There is a program that does per-application volume control under Windows XP, similar to the way Windows Vista does http://www.indievolume.com