What program can change the audio volume of a video?
Windows Movie Maker : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awkcs6t5-d8
or this http://www.howtogeek.com/115656/3-ways-to-normalize-sound-volume-on-your-pc/
go to the audio settings of your converter and search for volume tool ...
In Format Factory (A free convertor) Provides Some Inside Decibel Settings While converting A Video From One Format To Another You Can Use These To Set Or Increase Audio Level Of A Video
Almost every video editing program can do it!
I use myself Sony Vegas! But, I don't recommend increasing the audio volume..
You can increase it.. But, when it reaches a level, it's like 'damaged', since you add too much dB..
Yeah that's true. Better to just encode with a different container.
Yeah! You can find the audio with a better quality, higher bitrates, sync it with the video, and encode it! This is the better way, I think!
Sony Vegas is good for these type of video related things but it is very costly and it requires some time to learn how it functions.
//www.makeuseof.com/answers/increase-volume-audio-video-file/ will tell you how to change the audio volume, but is not an easy one-step process. You can use this method, also: http://www.instantfundas.com/2009/05/how-to-normalize-or-increasedecrease.html
Most video editing programs should have some sort of control over the volume... Since I use Adobe Premiere, the volume is right over the audio track. The same also happens in Sony Vegas.
If you use Movie Maker I suppose there must be some sort of slider for controlling the volume near the audio track, on the timeline...