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I found a solution to the same problem you have in windows 8.1 but while using multiple flash videos at once or after some time. My realteck driver have a function in the settings, something like "Disable input in the back while headphones are plugged in". I changed this setting to "Allow simultaneous playback of two audio streams for input in the front and ...


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In fact, the loudest possible point in a digital signal is rated at 0 dBFS – that's decibel full scale. 0 is the maximum level, and the minimum level is defined by the amount of bits you have to represent sample amplitude in pulse code modulation. For example, the loudest sample in 8 Bit PCM would be 1111 1111 and at the other end of the scale, 0000 0001. ...


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You can add VOICENOTE software (free) to google voice. That converts talk to text. Then simply play the voice recording on your speaker directly into the microphone into VOICENOTE. I plan to use VOICENOTE to transcribe my written notes into text and save in MS Word. Then when I save a document, Windows can search for my handwritten notes on the ...


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What make you thinks it is web site casing the effect? Is it reproducible at the certain sites? Is it a sound like can be heard in speakers sometimes due to mobile phone(s) placing nearby? It is probably due to electromagnetic fields interference or/and resonance effects at certain frequencies. In theory, some web pages rendering could lead to a ...


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Judging from your description, this could be caused by DPC latency issues, which may very well occur when using a USB audio interface only. On my company laptop, I frequently experience stutter, cracks and pops, when scrolling webpages while listening to music (in my case via the headphone output). Try installing LatencyMon and run it for a while and try ...


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There is no logic behind a Web page directaly effecting the functions of a USB port. (software isn't always logical though :-) There is no direct link to the 2 as you probably know. some process or some driver or the communications across a bus for delivering that data is not keeping up with the 2 tasks Plus the layers of tasks the system is doing, and any ...


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I came across this and since none of these solutions worked for me, I thought I'd share what did (from here): Back up the Registry by creating a restore point. Go to Start > Run (or Windows-key + R), type in regedit and hit OK. Navigate to the key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\Local ...


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Glass does not currently support AD2P Audio for incoming bluetooth connections, so it won't play music or any audio coming from your mac (same for any other bluetooth devices)


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In Ubuntu [at least 14.04] you can go to the volume "system tray slider" and select sound settings. Then select the "allow louder than 100%" checkbox, now your volume control goes up to like 400% or something. This can seemingly be used in conjunction with paman, FWIW.


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Avidemux tool available for Windows, Linux, Mac Very detailed steps to fix the video/audio out of sync, are given below, http://www.hecticgeek.com/2013/02/fix-audio-video-sync-save-permanently-avidemux/ Ubuntu: sudo aptitude install avidemux Ubuntu(tar.gz), Windows (exe), Max (dmg) Download links are available here,


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Auto Hotkey script as a toggle using the scroll-lock key. take out items by disabling them (such as hdmi on your lcd's etc) I prefer this as I only need to change my sound output if it is set to the incorrect selection. Hitting scroll-lock switches me to the correct one. Very useful if i am already loading a game and realize it is wrong. Most games need to ...


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check this video it helped me to get high volume w/o any software or hardware https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDplLI2LtsU Windows 8, 7, Vista-How to increase volume over maximum.


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http://www.indirectsound.com/ appears to do some of what you've asked for. IndirectSound emulates audio hardware acceleration on modern Windows operating systems. This enables older games to have 3D positional audio (i.e. surround sound played out of rear and side speakers) like they were intended to when they were originally released. ...


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Are you sure you can't set them as generic default playback device? I thought the same here but it turned out "Default Device" is selectable. Try disabling exclusive access in the properties first.


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"Auto-Mut" sounds like automatically muting the speakers whenever something (like a headset) is plugged in. Perhaps the soda created a sticky connection that makes the computer think you have a headset plugged in, thus automatically muting the speakers for you. Did you install a VOIP client like Skype? That can also mute sounds if it thinks you're ...


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The Free DFX, while not a true equalizer, allows for source-independent sound adjustment that probably satisfies most people. (How many have proper speakers, the ear and will bother to adjust the equalizer per song/album?)


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Here is one way to do it. Generates a LOT of files, but I can't think of another way to do it. Assuming you're not around to see when the server gets busy, you have to use sysstat to capture your historical resource data. First way: use sysstat and collect stats every 5 minutes (will take up about 8mb a day). Your cron entry would look something like ...


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This is very much dependant on the audio card and will vary from model to model. As a general rule - I would advise but this is probably not possible as the curcit board on the sound card will be built to serve a purpose and that jack will be "wired" to components which are geared towards input rather than output. I think your safest bet would be to go and ...


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If you want to run blender without sound card just start it like: blender -noaudio ... Solved the issue for me.


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One thing you should definitely consider is at least setting it to 24bit since upsampling audio from 16bit to 24bit is completely lossless anyway. (it's kind of like viewing a 256-color GIF on any semi-modern 24bit display)


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Turns out it was a performance issue. Tried to record a full screen video (720p) playing on my screen, on an i7 CPU laptop, and I can't see the output video having this wobbly/laggy look. Then again, on my desktop computer, when I just play the video on browser, I don't get any lag too. So it becomes laggy during the recording process, and in the output ...


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Try this, I found it on some other forum and it worked for me, Check with volume settings. Right click on the speaker icon in taskbar and select volume control options. put a check mark on "All devices currently playing sound". Make sure you have "The default communication device unchecked". place a check mark on both speakers and headphones. Let us ...


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Your ffmpeg version is outdated. You have two options: Download a recent static build from their download page Compile it yourself according to the Wiki instructions The new versions recognize b:v as an option. Also, you should update your command. This is the old one: ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -f mp4 -vcodec flv -r 25 -b:v 300000 \ -s 854x480 -aspect ...


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The easiest solution I've found is running sound output through EqualizerAPO and simply setting the pre-amp to -20dB. Peace GUI will help you if you don't know how to edit the config file manually. If you have problems running Equalizer APO, you probably need to uninstall your sound drivers and reinstall the Microsoft Windows default sound drivers.


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Tried the above options, but, still they didn't work. I noticed there were a lot of processes running in the background opened the Task Manager. In my case, this fixed the issue: 1) Run msconfig , 2) Click the "Services" tab, 3) Check the "Hide all Microsoft services" check box, 4) Click the "Disable all" button, 5) Click the "Apply" button, 6) Click the ...


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You can try to enable "the stereo mixer" using pactl to load module-loopback The idea is to mix the source stream from your microphone to the speakers. With a correct set for volume and reciprocal position of microphone and speakers you should be able to avoid the Larson effect. :-) Load the module-loopback pactl load-module module-loopback and ...


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The headset splitter only takes care of connecting the right wires to the right wires. Connecting headset splitters in a series has no sense to work. I'm not sure what type of headset you have (computer headset, phone headset), and why you want to do with the audio feed. But what you have to pay attention to: A 3.5mm headset jack (found on phones) is NOT ...


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*NIXes have daemon called "audit". You can set this daemon to watch for any chnages to the files: MAN: https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/documentation/Darwin/Reference/Manpages/man8/audit.8.html It's OpenBSM and here is some more information about it: http://derflounder.wordpress.com/2012/01/30/openbsm-auditing-on-mac-os-x/


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Yes many video players would begin to drop frames as soon as it got to like 4X speed. Your specs are to get a video to play at 30 times normal speed, and not drop frames. That would be easy to do if the original video is 2FPS (frame per second) playback rate :-) The general high frame rate for computers is 60FPS , so a 24-30FPS would easily be able to be ...


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I think some of youtube videos are somehow get the video and audio file separated so when you download the video the file itself contain no audio. Try to go back to the site and download the audio file, and insert it to the video. it always have extension .m4a


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This problem is intensely annoying. I have found a solution that works for me. It isn't permanent as you have to do it each time the speakers stop, but it is better than restarting all the time. Go to Device Manager Right click on Sound video and game controllers and click "scan for hardware changes" That works for me.


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This is definitely a driver issue, and this can be hard to fix, especially for us since you kind of forgot to mention what soundcard you have. Anyway, you should use add/remove programs to remove the drivers completely, then go into the device manager, rightclick the audio drivers, select uninstall. Then reboot the system. Install the drivers for your ...


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If you're running windows, the default player (windows media player) mix all tracks by default, at least on Win8. I don't like WMP and I'm still using VLC but WMP does the job when you need it.


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https://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/HowToBurnSubtitlesIntoVideo Please refer to above article to get you started. ffmpeg is an actively maintained linux tool. Unfortunately, it is command lined based with no GUI. You might be able use kdenlive,piviti,openshot or others as many use ffmpeg in the background.


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This can be done. Content on DVD is stored in VOB (video object) files, which mix together all the components: video, audio, and subtitles. A "ripper" is only required if the original DVD is encrypted. If it's not encrypted, the VOB files can be accessed directly. Once you have access to the VOBs, you extract the mixed (multiplexed) content into separate ...


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DVDs, and optical media in general are usually not alterable once they have been written. While there are re-writable disks, they operate exactly as the name implies, you re-write. The best analogy I can provide would be adding something to the middle of a cassette tape. You'd have to move the stuff that is already there somewhere else, change it, and ...


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I have the exact same issue on both Hulu and Netflix ONLY in ANY version of Windows or Mac or Linux for that matter in ANY browser, and the only solutions I've found until they fix it is to adjust yours as compensation. Here's a good site for that: http://www.howtogeek.com/115656/3-ways-to-normalize-sound-volume-on-your-pc/ I don't know what it's going to ...


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Right click on sound volume in taskbar, playback devices. Right click on active audio device. Properties -> Levels Balance, set left / right till it sounds ok. Remember to reset after the one video, or you'll then be deaf in that ear.


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Installing a new video card can disable the on-board sound chip so check the following. Shut down the PC. Tap away at f10 as soon as you press the power button to access the Bios Menu - the option you want is most likely under the Advanced Tab. Look for an entry titled 'Onboard Audio'. If it shows as Disabled, navigate to it using the arrow keys, hit ...


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Changing HDMI cable worked. I don't know why, but I had to buy a new one.


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Restore the settings in your Sound Manager/audio manager, say Realtek Audio manager, to rectify this error and then restart your computer.


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Segment, replace audio of portion that you want, concat the pieces back together. https://www.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg-formats.html#segment_002c-stream_005fsegment_002c-ssegment http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12368151/adding-silent-audio-to-mov-in-ffmpeg https://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/How%20to%20concatenate%20(join,%20merge)%20media%20files I do not know if ...


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Check CheVolume : http://www.chevolume.com It looks much more simple that what you posted. It got an 7 days trial :/ Didn't test it tho..


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I wish to superimpose a short digital message, less than a kB, at an above audible frequency, but still low enough to be transmitted over FM radio stations, I'm no audio engineer, but ... "Above audible frequency" will be > 20,000Hz. Anything common and user-accessible designed to transmit/receive audio in physical, analog, hearable form will cut off ...


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I figured it out. It turns out that there are a few files that are necessary in order for USB composite devices to work properly (USB devices with audio and/or video). These files need to be located in C:\Windows\inf. The list of files are as follows: usb.inf usb.pnf usbport.inf usbport.pnf usbprint.inf usbprint.pnf usbstor.inf usbstor.pnf usbvideo.inf ...


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If you are willing to run ffmpeg twice, you could first do the overlay then do a second command to copy that video and encode audio from the original. If the audio doesn't exist, ffmpeg will complain and do anything. If it's happy then you get the audio and video. It would look something like this. ffmpeg -i input.* -i overlay.png -filter_complex ...


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Pull up the volume control. Click on "Mixer" to get the full mixer interface. If the menubar isn't visible, right-click the background and select show menubar (or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl-M). Under Settings, pick Select Master Channel. There, you can pick which one for it to control.


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Since you don't want to use RDS (although it is the most appropriate tool for FM transmissions, but of course wouldn't adapt to other transmission methods), you may be able to use techniques established for audio watermarking. There is spread spectrum watermarking (SSW), which is very robust. Search also for "audio steganography" and "realtime audio ...


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This question on SuperUser helped me out. In a nutshell: a program called Virtual Audio Cable allows you to create additional virtual playback and recording devices. In my setup, I set Virtual Audio Cable's Line 1 as the default playback device and ticked its associated recording device's Listen option. Then I set its listening target to my actual playback ...


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Here is my solution. #!/bin/bash INPUT=input.wav OUTPUT=output-X.wav N=0 START=0 LENGTH=0.05 # length in ms (to use samples you should add s suffix to commandline trim Xs Ys and s flag for soxi) TOTAL_LENGTH=`soxi -D ${INPUT}` while [ $(echo "$START < $TOTAL_LENGTH"|bc) -eq 1 ]; do echo "Trimming from ${START} of ${TOTAL_LENGTH}" sox ${INPUT} ...



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