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If you have VLC player, you don't have to download the video. Just open VLC → File → Open Network, paste the YouTube URL and click Open. Doing this will stream the YouTube video through VLC, allowing you to use the VLC audio settings.


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One non-optimal possibility is download the video and then play it in VLC which has the ability to increase the volume up to 800% (using the mousewheel on the volume slider).


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If you are using Windows(*) you can mute an application. In your case, you could mute the browser you are using to watch the videos. I don't know if this feature is present in other OSs and how it works. (*): I'm using Vista


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You could use the fine Mac program Audio Hijack Pro to amplify your entire system's volume while you watching Netflix, as described here.


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Presumably flash is accessing you audio at the driver level so the only change you could make would be there i.e. using a driver that lets you route the audio through processing (It might be worth looking into this http://jackaudio.org/ I'm not sure this will do do the job). Perhaps HTML5s video tag will open up the ability to do this sort of thing with a ...



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