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How to set volume on a game object ?

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Hello !

 

I'm a student in video game design and I'm trying to add sound to a Unity project using Wwise. It's my first time using the software and I didn't have any lecture on it.

I only have a small issue in managing the volume of the SFX/musics, as I don't find any function (in C# script) allowing me to change the volume of an event. I've found a function called SetOutputVolume in AkSoundEngine but I don't know how to use it. What is the in_idOutput, and how can I know what to put in there ?

 

Thanks a lot,

Jaxon
asked May 1 in General Discussion by Jason C. (100 points)

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Hey Jaxon. I would make an RTPC in Wwise, assign the Voice volume of your container to that RTPC and then set it using a Wwise-Type RTPC.

Something like...
public AK.Wwise.RTPC volume;
volume.SetGlobalValue(volumeLevel);

If you want to see an example, check out the Wwise Adventure Game in the Launcher and open the Menu.cs script.
answered May 2 by Mads Maretty S. (290 points)
Okay, I think I will try that.
Thanks for the answer
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