Category : volume

I’m currently trying to mount a Docker container directory to my local host directory. My local folder has the path C:/Users/lp/local_env-Returns/ and has the following files: cmi_forecast_script.py , Dockerfile, requirements.txt , .dockerignore and sales_data.xlsx. I’m running the Python script when I run the Docker container of the Dockerfile. This creates a csv_file in my Docker ..

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I have looked on the internet for this but I can only find answers that show how to delete loud sections or delete silent sections but I can’t find an answer for decreasing the volume when it’s too loud and increasing it when it’s too low I don’t want increase or decrease the entire wav ..

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I have an application with the following folder structure: -Code -Done -Error -Input -Model -Output -Dockerfile The code runs in the "Code" folder and generates output and places it in "Output" folder. FROM python:3 WORKDIR ./ ADD ./Code/* /Code/ ADD ./Model/* /Model/ ADD ./Input/* /Input/ ADD ./Output/* /Output/ ADD ./Done/* /Done/ ADD ./Error/* /Error/ RUN ..

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Hello I’m trying to import a volume slider in my video player GUI. The design is fine but I can’t make the command work. A little help please.This is my code…. self.volume_slider = tk.Scale(window, from_=0, to_=100, command=self.volume) self.volume_slider.grid(row=4, column=1) self.volume_label = tk.Label(window, text="", bg="green", font=("Helvetica", 8)) self.volume_label.grid(row=4, column=1) def volume(self): self.volume_label.configure(text=f"Volume {volume} ") NO IDEA…. ..

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