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It seems that it was possible before using a WMP Enhancement, but the [manual][1] I found seems to be for an older version, since I can't find this option in WMP 12.

[![Screenshot][2]][2]

Is it still possible to play different audio files with different volume levels automatically normalized?

[1]: http://On%20https://www.windows-media-player.com/set-up-the-same-volume-level/#:~:text=1)%20In%20Windows%20Media%20Player,in%20the%20following%20screen%20shot. [2]: https://i.stack.imgur.com/urKM6.png

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  • Somehow, the screenshot does not appear, but you can click on the [2] link to view it – Cyman Mar 2 at 16:41
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Sure, these enhancements are still available in WMP 12. First make sure that you're in Now Playing mode - if you're still in Library mode click the button in the lower right corner to switch to Now Playing. Then right-click in an empty area and select Enhancements - Crossfading and auto volume levelling.

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  • Thanks! I was looking in the wrong place... – Cyman Mar 5 at 18:57
  • Sometimes they are there, but not available - do you know the reason for this? – Cyman Mar 6 at 16:30
  • What exactly do you mean with not available? Would it be possible to post a screenshot? – Tim De Baets Mar 6 at 21:34

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