Ubuntu :: No Programs That Allow For Voice Chat On Gyache?
Nov 14, 2010
I am brand new to Linux (Ubuntu 10.10 is what I use), and always used Yahoo Messenger back when I had Windows. Why are there no programs that allow for Voice calls to individual users? (not chat rooms, as I greatly despise them, but calls from one user to another) I was told Gyachi has that, but everything I tried does not work. Pidgin doesn't allow for voice chatting either, and the only version of Yahoo messenger that is available for Unix is extremely old and outdated.
I just installed ubuntu 10.04 on my laptop. Everything works well, but I have problem with sound. Output is OK as I can hear any sound from the computer; but there is no input sound from the mic. I am unable to record any voice or talk in voice chat.
I'm using finch as my main chat client but I have some issues, While on Lubuntu 10.10 I get the message "segmentation fault" when I try to engage /call, I also tried starting voice chat In pidgin and pidgin also crashes. this does not occur under Ubuntu 10.10.I have the voice/video plugin installed for pidgin and from what I have been able to derive from the documentation both finch and pidgin uses the same lib.and pls no referring to use other programs, I want to fix this specific Issue with finch.
I have Ubuntu 9.10 trying to get yahoo voice chat to work. Thing I have tried is Gyache now everything works but I cant talk. I can hear but not talk. When I hit the talk button the program goes grey. I have wine installed with Yahelite but when I open up YahVox I get the box open and no one is in there. Ycabby does not work for so I download the three cabs and extracted the files and copped the files to the system32 folder. I tried to the mighty google but I get a whole lot of nothingness.
I'm using 9.10. Most of my contacts on line use MSN for voice calls. Is there any messenger that supports voice for Ubuntu? aMsn and Empathy does not work. aMsn says that it's due to a protocol change in Live Messenger. Lately I've found out that voice through msn live messenger is real good in clarity and it hardly breaks up. Any way to connect with Live messenger for voice chat.
I have installed empathy, pidgin, telepathy and gstreamer plugins. How can I enable voice chat?I have already Skype runing, but I would like to set up at least one Linux client, and use google talk (gmail account) and even MSN, if it would be allowed.
Does anyone know of a commercial program that will run on openSUSE?I need something that is fairly user friendly, identifies individual voices, and does not require Wine. The machine is to be completely controlled by voice and would be programmed to issue vocals in response to vocal requests for what is in the various databases and I/O software, such as motion control and other sensor subsystems. In other words, a program that lends itself to AI robotics.I do not have the time to develop CMSphinx, and I am willing to pay. I have been on a few sites but they are cryptic as far as the technicals, which I do not fully understand anyway.
What fedora chat programs work with webcams in yahoo? The unofficial faq said empathy was a light chat program, but 140m were installed. Is that the right amount for empathy chat? What other webcam chat programs can be used with fedora?
Ladies and Gents, I am new on this forum. I have installed Ubuntu on my box and have been using it for over 2 weeks now. I have been trying to setup G-mail chat or Facebook chat and it just keeps on saying "connecting - Disconnecting" without anything happening.
I use Ubuntu 10.04 in my HP 6530s notebook(2.0 C2duo1GB RAM, 512MB video). Recently i downloaded GyachE v1.1.48 for yahoo video chat. after installing GyachE when i started webcam its showing errors: Fatal: Video format not supported by Grab device.
im using open suse,my internet connection is of low speed which is a broadband connection, in order to use gyache is there any bandwidth threshold required ,because theres no problem with pidgin for my net.if so tell me what to do to use gyache.
I was gaming last night (Mass effect 2) and I wondered if it is possible to let Ubuntu speak notification. Like: "1 new message" or "updates available" like the AI inmost of the sci-fi games. I goggeld around cause I could imagine someone wanted this to but with no luck. Any way to get voice notifications ?
I'm using Ubuntu 10. 04 LTS sometimes and have become spoiled with a text to voice reader that can read anything I highlight or almost anything when using Win XP - It is nice to sit back and listen to what some one wrote, such as an email or a document while doing other things.I am fairly certain that there is a program or three that will do the job on Ubuntu but I just can't locate it as of today.
I was wondering if there exists a software that can change your voice over Skype (acting as a virtual sound driver in order to change the sound in real time). It would be nice because I really want one of these.
I want to do some amateur voice over works. I need an audio editor that can also play the video simultaneously to sync with the character's lip movements.The problem is my video sources are in h264 mkv, I guess it is not very friendly with many softwares.
Here's what I've searched (tried some of them too) and the results:LiVES -> can't compile with kernel 2.6.38, the offered patch (in sf) rejected (maybe different source file from the one specified in the patch)Cinerella, can't accept mkv or mp4. (after that I tried to get the source video loaded to Cinerella)x264, transcoding to lower the resolution -> no avi container output, sync problem with raw h264 stream outputavidemux_qt, trying to mux the transcoded video to avi -> crashed with h264 input video, either in elementary stream or matroska format (I doubt Cinerella will accept avi videos with h264 codec, if I could ever make one)ffmpeg, transcode from h264 to xvid -> shared library error: libavutil.so.49 not found xvidenc shell script -> no mencoder (I'm using mplayer2)
I have a Acer Aspire One netbook running Lucid Lynx.Sound quality is fine through my speakers, but when I plug in headphones things go awry. The headphones are working because the speakers mute and I can hear musical instruments playing on the track, but I can't hear any of the voices in the music.It's as if the voices are muted, but I can still hear the guitars, drums, bass, etc. When I unplug the headphones the track plays normally, voices and all, through the speakers.
I have a problem regarding speech recording and i couldn't find a way around it. I want to record voice while at the same time processing it. Let me explain some more, what i want to do is to keep on speaking and it should be recorded in a file which i can process at the same time. If somebody knows of any such program or way to do this(like some code in C which can auto direct the recorder to keep on recording and saving).