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Try to uninstall the Sound card drivers and reboot : Start the Device Manager Expand Sound, Video and Game Controllers Right-click the sound card driver and select Uninstall Reboot to reinstall drivers. If that doesn't work, check if in Windows Update there are any optional updates that relate to the sound card and install them. If still no go, search ...


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This is definitely a hardware issue, do not waste your time anywhere else. Either your replacement is faulty or probably dirty; you should try some compress air and see before replacing the just added pcb for a new one. As a reference you can see here a "similar" issue also with a RealTek


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I've had this problem in older computers when using the on-board audio, and also know what the movement of the mouse or a file read sounds like. The problem is some sort of electrical noise that leaks into the sound outputs. Newer motherboards have seemed to solve this problem (I assume by using higher quality parts), but rather than replacing your ...


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The first number in the -map option is the input file index. So if you're using 0 twice, you're only using testing.mp4. Try this instead: ffmpeg -i testing.mp4 -i rkelly.mp3 -c copy -map 0:v:0 -map 1:a:0 -shortest out3.mp4 Here, 0:v:0 selects the first video stream of the first input file, and 1:a:0 selects the first audio stream of the second input ...


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I just tested, and it is possible to right click a playlist and start radio based on that list. However, as you say, it does not seem to work as intended. Creating a playlist including both Meshuggah and Vivaldi, resulted in a radio station ignoring the classical theme alltogether, only sticking to death metal. So all in all, what you're asking is ...


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As always, there are multiple ways of performing tasks like this within FFmpeg. The one I am most familiar with is using the channelsplit filter to separate your audio streams and define labels for each of them. That way you can perform various filters to any one of the channels individually, and map the output to include any combination of channels you ...


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I do not see a reason for these bloody noises anyway. My solution that requires no installation of any more applications to take up space is to just delete the bloody noises: sudo rm -fv `sudo find /usr/share -iname *.ogg`


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In 99.9% of cases it is not possible. The audio controller chip on your motherboard just can't deliver enough power. That "controller" thing was not actually a controller but a small power amplifier. Your audio chip is just not designed to drive a speaker directly and you can't overcome that. You shouldn't connect speakers directly to the audio output of ...



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