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Is it possible to adjust the volume of individual tabs in Google Chrome?

I've found an extension that allows the volume to be muted, but it does not allow variable volumes.

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Unless you break each tab into a separate browser, it is not possible, as windows sound control will just see chrome as one browser, not the multiple tabs within the browser.

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Breaking it into another window didn't work for me - it still only has one Chrome option in the Windows volume mixer – ChrisB Aug 21 '14 at 15:33
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Chrome could indeed contain a per-tab volume control, as it already needs to mix sound playing in parallel tabs, also scaling these based on preset volume, seems to be totally doable... So it is not a requirement for windows/OS sound control to see each tab... – Vajk Hermecz Jan 22 at 14:49

You could run Chrome Canary at the same time as Chrome; and then use the Windows volume mixer to turn up or down the volume for either app, independently.

https://www.google.com/intl/en/chrome/browser/canary.html

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