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I hate full volume video starts ... anyway to fix that ?

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I get so tired of videos and even audio files that begin at full volume. That is just rude. I can't seem to figure out an "easy" way to control this. I know that trying to over-ride the Flash player is useless.
Heck, even when watching a video it may have a commercial that, again, goes sky high volume. That sucks.

So... my idea is to approach this as an audio output issue. Somewhere in the audio it would be way cool to have some sort of decibel limiter. I don't even know if that can be done in software. But I would love to be able to clip any audio over a certain volume level.

Any ideas ?? Anyone got some software that can do this and doesn't cost much ?
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