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It's a non-solvable hardware issue. Sony agrees. From what i've seen it's a 5-pin jack. One of the pins is dedicated for noise feedback. Your PC probably has only 3 pins. Noise cancellation requires a digital circuit to measure, process and invert the noise signal. According to this article: "sound processing and battery power are provided by the device ...


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If video length is shorter than audio length, -shortest is what you want. If video length is longer than audio length, no flag at all will be what you want. There is no flag to automate this decision.


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I believe you can achieve your desired aim by using the -filter_complex option and the apad filter option to pad out your audio with silence at the end if the video is longer. Your command would be: ffmpeg -i videofile.mp4 -i audiofile.wav -filter_complex " [1:0] apad " -shortest output.mp4 This assumes the audio you want is in the first stream of ...


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Grab the driver for it here. Both 32 bit and 64 bit XP drivers are available.


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I had a different problem where speaker fill WAS working for all windows sources like iTunes, Media Player, Winamp, etc however Pandora via Chrome was not filling for some reason. I found this solution: https://plus.google.com/+UweTrottmann/posts/NkJtxz7iHMP Go to chrome://plugins/ Expand the "Details" [+] button Disable the flash plugin that is NOT ...


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Instead of burning as audio CD try Mp3 CD. Most players can play them and I tunes can still handle it. That is main draw back to the mb4 format and why I dont use it!


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There was a problem with M-Audio cards on Win7, too. My Delta 66 has this same issue on Win 76 64 bit. Users on the old M-audio forum (that was shut down) railed about this issue for a long time. Just bad customer support. I have searched for countless solutions. I have not found any suitable ones. The only "solution" is to go into task manager, stop ...


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WMP will also show corrupt files as "red". You can manually remove them from the playlist. I must agree though that VLC is an easier player when it comes to troubleshooting.



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