To configure GNOME Volume Control, choose .
GNOME Volume Control populates the GNOME Volume Control Preferences dialogue dynamically, based on the functionality supported by your sound card.
Use the options in the Shown column to select the mixers that are displayed in the main GNOME Volume Control window.
Select this option to display the faders that control the main volume.
Select this option to display the faders that control the wave files.
Select this option to display the fader that controls the speaker output jack.
Select this option to display the faders that control the line input on your sound card, if the sound card has a line input.
Select this option to display the fader that controls the microphone input on your sound card.
Select this option to display the faders that control the CD player input gain.
Select this option to display the faders that control the volume level of the selected recording device.
Select this option to display the faders that control the second line input on your sound card, if the sound card has a second line input.
Select this option to display the fader that controls the volume of the phin device.
Select this option to display the faders that control the volume of the video devices.
To change a mixer label, double-click on the text in the Mixer label column, then enter the new label text.
To reset the mixer labels to the default values, click on thebutton.
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