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There is a program called pavucontrol that can remap audio output ports, and you could also pick up one of these for a cheap; a usb to audio out adapter. I use these all the time for this reason.


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I'm unable to reproduce this either, but the relevant settings can be found in File > Preferences > Shell Integration. Set "Exclude file types" to "*.jpg" OR set "Restrict incoming files to" to something like "*.mp3;*.flac".


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You can try used program Volume², it have function change audio devices with keyboard hotkeys


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You have a alternative way also. you can buy a USB digital audio converter and use it .It will work without any hassle. you have to select Digital output instead of analogue in the Sound-driver. the use the converter and use it.


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As @harrymc mentioned in an earlier comment, the problem might lie with Flash and/or other plug-ins that may have malfunctioned. As a temporary workaround, you can force YouTube to use the HTML5 player for playing back videos by visiting this link and clicking on the Request the HTML5 player button.


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Getting terminal output from chrome and messing with pulseaudio was the key. Trying to kill and start pulseaudio gave this: >>> pulseaudio E: [pulseaudio] socket-server.c: bind(): Address already in use Which lead to my answer here: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=185456 The solution was removing a .esd directory in /tmp and running ...


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Yes, you can: Go to Media -> Open Multiple Files.... In the Open Media window, click Add.... In the Select one or multiple files window, select the desired video file. Click Open. In the Open Media window, tick Show more options, then tick Play another media synchronously. Click Browse.... In the second Open Media window, click Add.... In the Select ...


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You can use a sowftware like Camtasia, it's very easy to use.you just have to drag the audio and vedio to the timeline and produce the vedio here's the official download page : http://www.techsmith.fr/camtasia.html


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Delete the .dconf in home folder and start over.


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Avidemux is great: http://sourceforge.net/projects/avidemux/ Avidemux is a free video editor designed for simple cutting, filtering and encoding tasks. It supports many file types, including AVI, DVD compatible MPEG files, MP4 and ASF, using a variety of codecs. Tasks can be automated using projects, job queue and powerful scripting capabilities. ...


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Just to rule out an add-on issue, hold the SHIFT key when starting Firfox and choose to open FF in safe mode (this temperaraly disables addons). If the problem persists, it's not an add-on issue. Try this: Make sure the headset is plugged into the green jack and not the microphone jack. Install sound card drivers from your sound card company instead of ...


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I suggest you look through this article: http://www.h3xed.com/web-and-internet/youtube-audio-quality-bitrate-240p-360p-480p-720p-1080p Whatever program you are using to download the youtube video is going to determine the quality of audio. It may either grab from the source directly and not touch it after that, or it could convert it down to a 128kbps mp3 ...


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I also have a similar experience. It is from Egosys Sound Card Prodigy HD2, and has much in common, the manufacturer simply stopped supporting the WDM, ASIO sound card driver standards and it runs only WASAPI ... others not, nor test the sound and adjust the speaker. If you try it on another OS, like Windows XP, and 64-bit it runs, but on Vista I had ...


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It could be a DPC problem related to a bad driver. Run this program and see whether you have red bars. If yes, check your drivers in Device Manager.


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You really need two "machines" to run the different music sets. You could try a virtual Linux machine and split the output devices. If you use VMware Player, you can specify which output to use. If you have never set up a vitual Linux, here is one of my tutorials that explains how to set up Mint.


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Ive been looking for the same answer and finally found it so I thought I have to share it with you(and others with the same problem). The solution for me was to put " --force-wave-audio" at the end of the shortcut. I hope it helps others too!


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I finally got it working. Had to keep my system volume at 10% or lower at all times, how could I miss this? Sound > Default Device > Properties/Levels. Scroll down to the bottom Front will be at 100. (Strange since I use stereo headphones.) Lower it to 10.


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Right click on the speaker icon in the taskbar and go to Playback Devices. There you highlight your Headphone port and set it as Default. If Default is greyd out, That means it is already Default. Then double click on that port and check the Levels.


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In Windows 8/8.1 you cannot just change logon/logoff sounds as you do for other events. You need to do it by scheduling a task to play a sound. Instead you can use Windows Sound Changer to easily change these sounds. Windows Sound Changer is developed by me. Some features of Windows Sound Changer are : Windows Sound Changer is a handy free program designed ...


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Frame sizes From the concat filter documentation: All corresponding streams must have the same parameters in all segments; the filtering system will automatically select a common pixel format for video streams, and a common sample format, sample rate and channel layout for audio streams, but other settings, such as resolution, must be converted ...


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This may depend on the laptop/desktop firmware. My Acer laptop changes in steps of 2 when I use the [Fn+VolUp] or [Fn+VolDown] keyboard keys. But if I manually adjust the volume, I can set it in steps of 1. My audio is the "RealTek HD Audio" if that is important. If your volume ranges from a minimum of 0 to a maximum of 100 (as mine does), then the fine ...


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This is how I did it: In my Spreadsheet, the audio files were in column F2. So in a new column (F3) I added the following formula: =SUBSTITUTE("[sound:#]", "#", F2) So the final output was like this: [sound:vocab13en.mp3] In Anki, I went to my user folder. On a mac this is in USERNAME/ANKI/User1. In there, there is a folder called ...


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Okay, I've solved my own issue and feel like and idiot. I have three monitors, two of which have audio going through to them via DP or HDMI. I still can't change between the two without resorting to physically reconnecting them an the correct order. However I can just swap which cable goes to which monitor, therefore the audio still defaults to HDMI, BUT ...


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You may use third-party software like Volumouse. The sound can be adjusted by scrolling the mousewheel while holding the ALT key down.


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Some display interfaces, like HDMI and DisplayPort, can carry audio along with video. This audio stream might get played back by your monitor's internal speakers or you might send it to a dedicated "audio receiver", that strips off the audio signal, sends it out via e. g. S/PDIF, analog RCA or even digital (AES/EBU) or analog XLR. In fact, both HDMI and ...


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Plun and unplug the 3.5mm jack many times from both mike and headphones ...it worked for me after I plug/unplug 8 times .


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Had the same problem on Win7 x64. Go to Control Panel - Hardware and Sound - Sound - Recording tab - Stereo Mix Properties - Advanced Tab. Uncheck "Allow applications to take exclusive control of this device". Worked for me.


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You need to put a single quote around your command... for /f "delims=|" %%f in (dir /b... becomes for /f "delims=|" %%f in ('dir /b... Though with the double-quote you use later to call VLC, I'm betting you need to start out with double quotes and include the C:\Program... part in single quotes. Give that a try.


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HDMI and DisplayPort are capable of transmitting audio as well as video. So, to Windows, it looks like an additional soundcard appears on your system, for which a driver is needed. So if you connect a monitor on the other end of your HDMI or DisplayPort and it can play sound, you can send sound to that monitor by selecting "Intel Display Audio" or ...


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It's for sending audio through the video adapter, for use with video interfaces that support it (like HDMI and DisplayPort).


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In Windows 7, if you want to temporarily route sounds to a USB headset, without setting it as the default. right click Volume taskbar icon select Playback devices disable the main pc speakers It will immediately route all sounds to the USB headset without having to restart any applications. To revert, simply enable the main pc speakers.


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Yes it is possible to use a mic jack as a headphone jack and you don't necessarily have to mess with the registry. I have a Asus motherboard and used Realtek HD Audio manager to change it. Turns out you can click the pink mic circle inside Realtek HD Audio manager and reconfigure it to headphones. Oh and this only worked for my front mic jack not the rear ...


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Here's your error: Codec is experimental but experimental codecs are not enabled, try -strict -2 When converting to MP4, ffmpeg tries to choose an AAC audio encoder. Since your ffmpeg is not compiled with libfaac, libfdk-aac or libvo-aacenc, all of which are third party encoders, it defaults to the internal AAC encoder (called aac). However, this ...


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input -c 1 -r 8000 -e a-law output about 64 Kbps, now search command


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I've never used this, but SoundBunny appears to be exactly what you're looking for: http://www.prosofteng.com/sound-bunny/ Sadly, it's not free, but $10 isn't very expensive either. As an alternative that requires a bit more finagling, I'd look at JACK: http://jackaudio.org/ Jack may or may not recognize firefox as an input; you'll have to play with it. ...


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At the end it helped me to use a low buffer (a small number of samples) Select wave devices ------------------------------------------- Input port: (whatever that works) Output port: (whatever that works) Sample rate: default Buffer: THIS IS THE KEY PARAMETER!... the lower the number of samples (or higher b/s), the lower is the ...


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Yes, you could easily damage the audio system - remember not to do it. Speakers really really hate having what is essentially a DC offset spike at full volume going through them. The amount of displacement this can send the cones through can distort or break the cones or detach the voice coil; distort the voice coil permanently, or at extremes even ...


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I suffered for many days with this problem that the windows will not be able to reconnect with my bluetooth speaker finally I found a very crude and primitive solution. I have a small button in my laptop to put it in airplane mode. So if I switch off that button then the laptop switches off wifi and bluetooth. when I switch it back on again, windows ...


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Driver download page for your Ultrabook Just select the "ATK" driver from the list on the page above ^, install that driver. Just in case you don't know how to do that: Unzip the file into it's own folder (right-click the zip file called 'ATKPackage_Win81_64_VER100031.zip', select 'Extract All'), then run the installer, then reboot. Good luck!


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Here's what FINALLY worked for me: in Devices and Drives Set logitech headset as the default and actually DISABLE the standard/realtek speakers.


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Since avconv 0.8.6 is a bit old, this seems like a bug which can be resolved by installing a recent version of either avconv (or ffmpeg, as you indicated in the tags of your question). Note that these two are different projects but very similar in terms of syntax and functionality, and getting a recent version is as simple as downloading a "static build" ...


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With the monitor plugged in and active, try setting your default audio device. Right click on your speaker icon in your system tray, click "Playback devices", find your desired speakers, and click "Set default". then, unplug your monitor and plug it back in, and see if the default held.


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You have an ALC233. 0x10EC is the vendor ID for Realtek.


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If there is an intrinsic delay between the video and audio stream, there's no easy way to find out. Assume you're creating an audiovisual file where the audio stream was purposely offset using itsoffset. This will result in the audio presentation timestamps being changed, relative to the video. Say, this is the original, assuming three audio frames per ...


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I've found the solution to my problem. The "apad" filter together with the "-shortest" tag will extend a sound track to the same length of a video track in ffmpeg. This is how to use the apad filter in the windows command line (video and audio codec parameters are just examples): "C:\Program Files (x86)\FFMPEG\bin\ffmpeg.exe" -i PATH/TO/INPUTVIDEO ...


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You can generate a noise profile for SoX with: sox sample-input.wav --null noiseprof ~/noise.profile You can then use the profile to filter your recording: sox recording.wav filtered.wav noisered ~/noise.profile This works because static noise that your microphone picks up usually depends on your setup (wiring) and is thus always about the same in the ...


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Now, it is working. From Option, I selected "Headset". (And made a small change in Recording devices setting).


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In DOS vlc.exe --help emits a copious amount of help text but I am unable to redirect it to a file using all my tricks. Anyway, you can create a .cmd script that invokes vlc.exe with the necessary command line arguments and place that script in the Startup directory of the Start menu of the user expected to log in to the machine. If this needs to run as a ...


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Just use VLC. and it's free At least then if there are sync issues you can very easily just use a key-command to slide them back in line. Default is J or K [on Win] to slide by 50ms, which is usually fine enough to look OK. You can get it finer manually, though I've found it's rarely necessary, in Prefs [select All at the bottom] > Audio



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