OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Direct Output Of Microphone?
Nov 15, 2010
I would like to plug my guitar on my pc and hear what I'm playing out of my headphones. I have not found out yet how I can enable direct output. Neither with Line-In, nor Mic-Input worked. Has anyone an idea how to enable it? KMix does not provide such a function as far as I know
I need to re-direct the output within an awk script, but not to already known, fixed filenames. The output file names depend on values of the fields. For example (the actual problem is surely more complicated), if, on a given line, the second field is DATA, the third is 1984, I would like to print some information in a file called output_DATA_1984. This could/would change in the following line of the same input file. Such things are pretty easy in bash, put I cannot do it in awk, as I can only find manual references for redirecting output to fixed filenames between double quotes.
has no MTA (Postfix, Sendmail, Exim) installed so it can't email me the results of any cron job I schedule. I would then like to have the results from Cron be dumped into a small text file so I can read it later to view any issues.Right now my job is as follows:Code:01 18 * * * /usr/bin/shellscript.shAbove you see my script I want to run every day @ 6:01 pm. My question is what would the cron line look like if I wanted the results dumped into a random text file somewhere on my system?
Dell Inspiron with dual integrated mics. I get no sound when i try to record with the integrated webcam. I have everything turned all the way up in the mixer, ie: mic, capture, mux, etc but still no sound.
I have a motherboard p5bvm-se with 82801H (ICH8 Family) HD Audio Controller. The sound in earphones playing. Sound from the microphone is recorded and reproduced in KRecord => microphone is working. ssv:~ # uname -a Linux sslesarev 126.96.36.199-0.1-default #1 SMP 2010-01-27 08:20:11 +0100 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
I installed skype skype-188.8.131.52-3.1-x86-64 from build.opensuse.org/home:matteotomasoni or skype-184.108.40.206-suse.i586.rpm from [URL]... Microphone does not work in skype!
I have the MCP55 HD Audio on board. Is there a way to configure the mic to mono, 16 bit with 16000Hz sampling as a system input. The signal will be read by the installed program pocketsphinx_continuous.
This is not to make recordings. I can make these settings in KRecord/KDE3. This is for the system input. The mic works with the program and KRecord.
I would want to record/edit/save music from the microphone (convert a tape to CD). But. I start audacity, leave everything at default, record the music, and play back. It plays agonisingly slow. I can change the sample rate manually such that it sounds good, but this is just a guess (I could for example measure the recording time, and adjust the sample rate after that, such that the displayed time on the timeline fits this time). Why the hell do I need to do this? Why is the recording sample rate = playbe sample rate not producing correct output?
i just upgraded from Skype 220.127.116.11 to 2.1.047. Now my microphone isn't working anymore and i cannot select it in the skype options. From now on i can only select the PulseAudio server ..
So i have read some howtos for PulseAudio. They say i should starte PulseAudio Volume Control. ok.. Now i should go to the tab "Recording". This tab doesnt exist on my pc. I upgraded to the latest version of this volume control. It still doesnt exist.
I am using OpenSuse 11.0 with KDE4.3
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PS: My mic is still working with applications, that dont use pulseaudio.
I've got openSUSE 11.2 installed. Works quite well in general.Today I tried using my microphone for the first time but had no success. I tried to playing with volume settings but to no avail.I recording something with arecord -f cd test.wavand tried playing it back with aplay test.wavbut got nothing.Then I thought I'd look at my sound card configuration. I selected the "Configure your sound card" from the start menu. And to my astonishment no card has been configured (I was surprised because I am able to hear sounds, play music, etc.).Anyway, I tried configuring my card. I selected Creative Labs | XFi, clicked through the menus, and eventually I got an error:
"The kernel module for sound support could not be loaded. This can be caused by incorrect module parameters, including invalid IO or IRQ parameters"Also, the command dmesg | grep soundgives me this[ 35.179567] ALSA /usr/src/packages/BUILD/kernel-desktop-18.104.22.168/linux-2.6.31/sound/pci/ctxfi/ctatc.c:1265: ctxfi: chip 20K1 model Unknown (1102:1003) is found
I have installed opensuse 11.4 in my lenovo ideapad G460. But, I am not being able to make the inbuilt microphone work. It does not record anything and also does not work in skype. I am not that expert with linux. I looked at different posts in this forum regarding microphone detection problem, bit could not follow. How to setting up my inbuilt microphone?
My headphones jack is broken. I wonder is it possible to force a sound system output sound through microphone jack? As result I want plug-in headphones to microphone jack and get the sound. Or BIOS handle it?
I'm using openSUSE 11.2 KDE on a Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo Pi 1536 laptop. My problem is that my microphone (I'm attempting to use a 3.5mm headset) doesn't work. Audio playback however does work through the built-in speakers and headphones.
I have gone through the SDB:AudioTroubleshooting - openSUSE as suggested by oldcpu on the Welcome to multimedia sub-area sticky.
I have tested audio recording with
Code: arecord -vv -fdat foo.wav resulting in a silent recording. The vumeter showed 0% during the recording.
Here is my url produced by the alsa-info script:[URL]
I'm trying to record a video with sound through FFmpeg, and while it records the system sounds just fine, it doesn't record the microphone (in fact, it crashes on doing so!). The strange thing is that if I use arecord, it works just perfectly, but through ffmpeg it crashes.This is the command that I use to launch FFmpeg:
I"m running an online radio station and would like to run my headphone audio into my microphone or a virtual microphone, either way, I would like my audience to hear what I hear without having to hold the Mic to the speakers.
I listen to some voice mail messages over the web. Firefox downloads the message as a ".wav" file, and then invokes amarok to play it.What I have been noticing, is that amarok seems to cut the message short.As an additional test, today after playing a message on amarok, I tried playing the same message with kaffeine. There was significantly more to the message when played on kaffeine. The particular message ended with the phone number I should call back (if I wanted to). None of that ending sentence showed in the amarok playback
I have a StarTech USB audio adapter which I have been unable to get output from in Suse. Pavucontrol allows me to adjust the output to this device, and even shows some signal when playing media. However, no output makes it to the headset/speaker jack of the USB device. There does not appear to be any issues with playing media to the internal sound card & speakers of the computer. I booted up a Live Ubuntu disk, the device was recognized, and output made it with no problem. This leads me to discount a hardware problem. I'm running Suse 11.4 on a Lenovo Thinkpad T420s.
Is there a way VLC to use vdpau as video output? Mplayer and Gnomemplayer can use it and the video playback uses as little as 2-4 % CPU power even on 1080p movies. Xorg and Kwin continue to use pretty much CPU power in video playback process , I suppose there is no way to limit them or there is ?
Open Suse 11.4 86x64, KDE4-4.5.6, NVidia 275.xxx.xxx
I'm in the process of building a PC to run Ubuntu 10.04 and I want to use it (eventually) to with Direct TV. I just want to be able to use the PC as the DVR if possible. I'll accept the limitations, but I'm trying to do my homework to make it as easy as possible to use for my family.
I've started out with a BioStar M32 Micro ATX board and an Intel E5300 Dual Core Pentium 2.6Ghz processor, with 2Gigs of Kingston RAM. It runs pretty well, but I've got nothing installed yet (I'm dual booting with Windows Server 2003). Right now it's just in an old E Machines case with a new 500Gig toshiba SATA drive.
Is there a guide to what hardware I could get to work with Direct TV? Also, I'm not sure of what all is possible as far as integrating the two. If there is a guide, please let me know. Also, I would love to hear from anyone who is able to network or use Ubuntu with Direct TV.
I am running openSUSE 11.2 with an hda-intel sound card (dell latitude d830) in x64. Pulseaudio is only giving me a "dummy" sound card, even though volume in the yast sound configuration works. Volume is definitely not muted.Here is the requested info:alsa-info.sh:[URL]
Having some problems with HDMI-Audio on my HTPC: I don't get sound out of HDMI port! For system info look there: Sysprofile
OS is Suse11.3 64Bit with KDE now! At "System-Settings/Multimedia/Audio Output" there are the following devices in the given order: HDA NVidia (ALC662 rev1 Analog) HDA NVidia (ALC662 rev2 Digital) HDA NVidia, NVIDIA HDMI (HDMI Audio)
That's consistent with the connector layout of the mainboard. Playing "Test sound" while marked the HDMI Audio is not causing any output with HDMI, while analog works just fine!
I also installed the nVidia prop drivers with the packet manager. In YAST there is one card found in the sound section:: Idex=0 and Card Model=MCP79 High Definition Audio
Alright so I just upgraded my 11.3 x64 to 11.4 using zypper dup and have now lost the ability to play digital output 5.1. Before doing the upgrade I was running alsa rather than phonon but apparently the upgrade decided to enable phonon, and I no longer show digital surround output. The soundcard I have is a CM8738 and I am using the coaxial output on it hooked into my receiver. In system settings->multimedia->phonon->speaker setup the soundcard shows and I have the ability to select different profiles.
However the digital output settings only show stereo and the sound output device the only one listed is CM8738 Digital Stereo (IEC958). I have selections for analog 5.1 and analog 7.1 but neither put anything out of the digital connection. As I said I was running alsa before and was able to do straight digital pass through which allowed my receiver to do the decoding and use all of my channels. How can I setup phonon to use digital passthrough, or switch back to alsa and get that setup again.