Increase MediaClip.Volume doesn't change sound | WinUI

Anderson Rodrigues Cavalcante 191 Reputation points

I have a MediaClip in C# and chose its volume from 100% to 200%, but it doesn't make a big difference.

So, I'd like to know, what is the measuring unit for Windows Audio Volume? Or more specifically, what is the measure unit for the Media.Clip.Volume? I know that the Windows volume of 100 is not 100 decibels. So, what is it?

My last and important question?
How can I increase decibels to my volume that is percentage? I mean, increment decibels in the volume 100%.

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  1. Castorix31 79,911 Reputation points

    It is explained in MSDN :


    A value between 0 and 1 represents a reduction in the volume level of the media clip where 0 is silence and 1 is normal volume. A value greater than 1 represents a boost in the volume of the media clip.


    If I test with 2 for example, I get 200% of original volume