Is audio source splitting to two different outputs possible in win10? I have this situation. My pc is connected to speakers at the desk and additionally in an other room to a home theater surround sound and projector . When i work or anything i would like to have one audio source like youtube/wmp playing on home theater and sound from games or programs on my desk. Not all software has audio output settings built in. I fixed this in win 8 with the software CheVolume. But it ain't working with win10. Is there any other software that would do the same as CheVolume?
Is audio source splitting to two different outputs possible in Win10
certain application such as Windows Media Player has a sound output option. To change the settings, please open Windows Media Player, click Tools, Options, click Devices tab, double click Speakers in the Devices list, pull down the Select the audio device and then choose the device you would like to play the music from Windows Media Player, click OK. You will need a second audio device for the second output I find that the 4 dollar usb soundcards from ebay work well
That solves it for that one application. But for ex. chrome and many games you can't do that. Not all software has audio output settings built in.
My desktop already has multiple audio output sources. Onboard RealTek, AMD HD Audio +++ That is not the issue here.
Take a look at CheVolume. There i could swap sources between outputs. http://www.chevolume.com/
I've never used it but check out http://chevolume.com/ seems to do what you are looking for.
But it wont work in win10.
I used CheVolume all the time before i upgraded to win10.
lol i see that in your post now ... my bad
check out indievolume
Thank you. Will take a look at that
Sadly seems that IndieVolume neither work with win10 :(
That sucks man im sorry. I will let you know if i come across anything else.