It used to be that you could boost the volume of YouTube videos as they stream with VLC. But at the moment, it doesn't seem to work. I used to open VLC, and do file..open network stream, and enter a YouTube URL. Then I could raise the volume in VLC.. to maybe 200% or 400%.
But now, I get:
Your input can't be opened: VLC is unable to open the MRL 'https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdfs...'
I can't raise the volume of any YouTube videos through VLC, like I used to.
I suppose I could download a video and maybe use some method there, though that's not ideal; I'd rather do it as it streams, like I used to with VLC.
Is there still a way to do this in VLC? If not, is there any other way to accomplish this?
Note- this is not a webapps question, because e.g. , as the youtube tag says, go to webapps unless you require heavy integration with a desktop application. And that's what I'm talking about here.