File Volume after copying

Posted: 06-02-2006, 01:04 AM
Hi i saved a file into my computer by Video for broadband (512 kbps) and the
file seemed to lose its maximum volume, even when I turn the sound all the
way up, its still much lower than the original file was. Anyone know why
this is or how I can prevent this?

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