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Your easiest and best alternative would be to buy a USB version of the device that you are using. Failing that, there are multiple USB soundcards on the market that have both a line in (mic) and line out (speakers) audio jack, these are pretty inexpensive and many of them are just plug and play, requiring no additional drivers.


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A USB sound card will resolve this. You can get USB headphones but these aren't very useful if you want to plug in speakers or a microphone...


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Even with all startup services and tasks disabled, I still experience this issue. My only lead is that it appears to happen after watching a video through Flash player on Chrome. I guess I'll avoid watching Flash videos as much as I can. Side note, I can't believe Youtube doesn't have an HTML5 video player yet.


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You simply need to select the "Line" or "Line in" as the recording device in Audacity. If you don't have one it might be disabled.


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It's a Windows control. left click the speaker icon in the system tray by clock in the taskbar (if it's a hidden icon use the little triangle to get to it). Click on "Mixer" (a single word just below the single volume control that pops up) then you should see seperate volume controls for each application including one for skype. (or you can right click ...


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Under sound properties: custom tab uncheck loudness then under enhancements check disable all enhancement this should work for most devices with loudness issues.


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It might only be possible to have the sound come from one of your machines audio jacks at once. But you can use a splitter such as this to plug in both your speakers and headphones to the same jack. Which would solve your problem. http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B001D84CV6?pc_redir=1405466629&robot_redir=1


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I'm fairly certain that the ffmpeg version you're using is quite outdated. Please download a static build for your system from the official homepage and use the path to the new ffmpeg instead of the old /usr/bin/ffmpeg. For example, if you downloaded your static build, you could put it to /usr/local/bin/ffmpeg, make it executable (chmod ugo+x ...


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Have you tried iMovie? Here is a detailed guide on how to remove audio from video with iMovie from an article which informs us how to remove audio from video for Mac and Windows users: If you are a Mac user, iMovie is a nice choice to remove sound from video. Here are the concrete steps: Import video to iMovie and place it on the timeline; ...


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Yes. Follow the steps in the accepted answer to the Microsoft Community question: Is it possible to have speakers and HDMI play at the same time?


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Updating your drivers might help. You could also test USB speakers or headphones by plugging those in and setting your "audio device" to them. This routes audio out of your laptop's default sound output "device", which may be the culprit. It's worrying that you say that sometimes "the whole video shuts off". This could be an indication that this isn't just ...


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I don't see it recommend but I think you can do this with HandBrake. Just open the AVI up in Handbrake then click on the Audio tag. Good luck!


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Just read a tutorial on how to remove audio from video on Mac and Windows which inform us: You can also give Windows Movie Maker a try. Here are the concrete steps: 1. Import the video to a new project and add it to timeline; 2. Click on the bit of the video you want to mute; 3. Click on "Clip" at the top of the screen; 4. Click on audio; 5. Click on mute. ...


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So I switched from WMP to VLC. VLC ,although presented the same issue, made it more apparent what the issue was. I had a couple media files in my playlist that were "corrupt". The only difficult thing is when you have a big playlist, like we do, is VLC has to "attempt" to play the file before you know if it is corrupt. VLC also offers to fix these files ...


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1 - for checking device suspension [although it doesnt seem like the problem], go do Device Manager and look for you Sound device, then open it [doubleclick] and look for "Power Management" tab - if it exists. you should also do this for USB hubs , since your sound card might be connected to one of those. 2 - you might have some malware messing about your ...


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I found that after I updated iTunes to the newest version, I was having the same issue. They installed some push application that was interfering with my sound card. Here is what I did: Windows key + r Search msconfig Then under services I unchecked all of the Apple manufacturer services Under the startup tab I disabled any Apple products Restarted My ...


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This may not be the answer you wanted, but I am guessing you have a hardware issue. Since it happens when you move the computer, I am going to venture to say that you have a loose connection to something. Unfortunately, you probably will have to take the computer apart to figure out if that is the problem. (I would let a PC repairman do it, unless you ...


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I found a solution if you use windows 8 and you plug in your earphones/headphones and you cannot hear anything, but the speakers work. Go to the loud speaker icon at the bottom right and right click it.then click sound manager. go to the advanced tab then click jack information. click the picture of the audio jack hole and then click headphones. then click ...


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For anyone checking this: The solution is simpler than I thought. By loading a file into Octave: load("filename.ext"); Octave automatically saves it in the variable "y". s = load("T01DATA.mat"); #Making this whole code unnecessary) In order to get the .wav file from the .mat you can only implement wavwrite() with "y" and everything will be perfect. ...


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After long headaches I've figured this out. If you run vlc as a daemon and pass no input file on startup you'll be able to control it with the remote. The command I used is: cvlc -vvv --daemon --extraintf=luahttp --http-password=1234 --network-caching=10000 --audio-desync=1200 --sout ...


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Maybe something in the Microsoft Fix it Support Center will help.


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Did you try: To use the Microsoft Fix It Utility for "Automatically diagnose and fix Windows audio playback problems" http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9740814


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stream selection Default stream selection behavior is to select one stream type per input. For example, as in your input, if it contains two audio streams, then only the stream with the most number of channels will be selected. You can tell ffmpeg to include all streams with the -map option: ffmpeg -i input.avi -metadata title="Moonshine" -metadata ...


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This fixed my sporadic issues with Realtek on an ASUS laptop running Windows 8.1: Finish any pending Windows Updates (optional); Uninstall the Realtek software from "Programs and Features"; Confirm that the Realtek sound controller is gone from Device Manager (Windows+X -> M); Reboot to let the Windows stock drivers take control; ??? Profit!


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I had this exact problem with a different model laptop. The solution that worked for me was to Uninstall skype, clean the registry (I used CCleaner), and reinstall skype.


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Set up primitive server (for example, on port 1234) that plays sound on local computer when someone connects, and forward that port to remote server. On local machine: nc -l -p 1234 -e "mplayer sound.ogg" then ssh -L 1234:localhost:12345 me@somewhere.com make && nc localhost 12345 PS: you should use ; instead of && if you want to be ...


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From an article which informs us what QCP format is, I learn that: The QCP file format is used in some old cellular telephone to play ringtone or record voice. This format is based on RIFF, similar as WAV format. The first 4 byte is "RIFF", and bytes 8 through 12 is "QLCM" which means this format is designed by Qualcomm. QCP files are typically encoded in ...


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Well, i found one way that works...when playing the video on vlc Go to Audio->Audio Device->Mono....this will recognize audio input as Mono & divide the audio in both your speakers


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Have you tried running alsamixer and unmuting (M key) and pushing the volume fader up for all channels? Check the levels for every soundcard in alsamixer (F6 key) MM means the channel is muted in alsamixer.


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After doing some tinkering, the answer is yes, and step 1 can be eliminated entirely. Under "Converter Setup", ReplayGain can be applied using the DSP options.


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Virtual box uses default audio device on the host so you can make it your default audio device. However if you need to install very specific software for it to work you will need to pass the PCI device down to the guest. This will depend on your motherboard and it's support for this thing called IOMMU. Typically Intel server grade boards have this (not sure ...


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You would need another sound card. If you have multiple sound cards you could route them in the mixer to do almost anything. for example use VLC and set the output to the new card while windows media player will use the default player setup in the control panel.


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If this is throughout the clip, you cannot do this without tremendously specialized work (read expensive).


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This can happen in Windows 8 and 7 if you have connected the audio to play via the monitor (computer screen, not monitor speakers) instead of speakers. Make sure your audio is via the speakers! Others have noted this issue with certain external sound cards, I'm guessing yours is internal so unlikely. The only other option is software doing this or that ...


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I had the same problem. The way I fixed it was to open the sound tab by right clicking the speaker icon, click the headphones, and go to properties. Select advanced and uncheck the allow applications to take exclusive control of this device. Click OK. That should fix your problem.


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I had the same problem. What I did to fix it was to go into advanced on speaker and headphones properties and click on the button that said balance. That should show you where your panning is on your headphones and computer.


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I figured out the issue, in case anyone else was having this problem. KDE (or whatever you use) must be run via systemd, so (in arch) run (as root) systemctl enable kdm and then it should work.


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I have a Windows 8 laptop and I looked up answers myself to fix the situation and none of them worked. The laptop did not want to detect the headphones, although it played through the headphones and the laptop speakers. So, I did my own thing following part of step one on the Microsoft website (Go to control panel). Try this out! It may work for you too. ...


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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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