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usb sound can be lost after pc sleeps, or after playing, and I found the problem to be caused by a conflict between devices. I fix conflict. First find 'sound' on control panel. For Windows 10, control panel is found by going to settings and search for control panel in search line. In 'sound', select the sound system you want to be the default. Restart ...


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If you mute the microphone, that just means it won't record anything. What you want is to send the microphone sound through to your speakers. Here is how you do it in xp: Right click the sound icon in the tray icon, go to recording devices, right click your microphone, advanced settings, listen tab, listen to this device.


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If streaming via youtube is problematic, try creating a new administrative user and logging into that user, then repeat the process. If everything is ok once tested, you need to migrate to the new user you created.


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Ok, I fixed it! Anju Thekkethil on Microsoft community gave me methods that might solve my problem and method #2 did it! I just uninstalled the bluetooth drivers from device manager and then restarted my laptop and it was fixed! here is his awnser: ...


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Try ffmpeg -framerate 30 -f gdigrab -draw_mouse 0 -i title="Output" -f dshow -i audio="CABLE Output (VB-Audio Virtual Cable)" -vcodec h264 -preset superfast -pix_fmt yuv420p -vf "scale=trunc(iw/2)*2:trunc(ih/2)*2" -profile:v baseline -level 3.1 -x264opts "keyint=60:min-keyint=60:no-scenecut" -af asetpts=PTS-(1/TB) -ab 64k -ar 44100 -maxrate 2100k -minrate ...


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Here's what I would try: From your PC with the HDMI cable connected, go to Display Settings and try to get it to display video on the 'HDMI' display output. It doesn't matter what resolution you choose. You cannot output HDMI audio without a video signal. Once you force enable the display, you should be able to output sound via HDMI. You may still have to ...


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Same here friend...I tried connecting wire from the usb metal to the mic input the (-) and noise was reduced (talking about the same high pitch sound that is in the yt-video, nevermind the normal hiss) but you can still hear it...I saw only one more video where this same sound is playing in the background...Now I now I'm not alone out there with this 2khz ...


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2 Ways To Boost Windows Audio Above the Maximum Mark 1. Enable Loudness Equalization in Realtek Drivers This trick has been tested on the Realtek drivers. Hopefully, it should work on other sound drivers too but we can’t guarantee that. Also, before you continue, if you are using Realtek drivers then please update them to the latest version and restart ...


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Actually DVI-I does support audio. This has nothing do with DVI it all depends on if your card has audio like my card it has an HDMI port but I've used DVI to HDMI adapter in the past because I didn't have a mini hdmi to HDMI adapter but I had a DVI to HDMI adapter so I used it. If your card has HDMI on it then yes you can get audio through dvi to hdmi ...


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Go to Device Manager, disable the audio device and enable it back again. That works like a charm for me, an instant fix, more like a workaround.


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Found the solution to the problem. I feel really stupid right about now. Just go to the "Control" menu and disable the "Mute Sounds" option. I was not even aware that option was there.


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If for some reason you can't disable the jack detection via software, keep in mind that the detection is done by a mechanical switch inside the jack. Cut the plug off a set of unneeded headphones, and plug it into the jack to activate the switch.


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Disable automatic jack detection by following the instructions in this thread. Relevant excerpts: Open regedit with administrator privileges Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class{4D36E96C-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0000\GlobalSettings Change the value EnableDynamicDevices to zero. Reboot EDIT BASED ON COMMENT: If the registry ...


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Myself and many other HP users have been experiencing the same problem. As an audio engineer, I can attest that the DTS "enhancements" are far from improving, in fact, they're downright atrocious. Whoever wrote and approved that DSP should be fired.. from a cannon. Anyways, I have found a solution which I posted here on the HP support forums. In case they ...


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So it happened that after a while, the problem fixed itself. It might be because of a new windows update. At first, there was a time when I turned the computer on and the headphones worked. Next time I turned the PC on, they didn't work, and after that time they have always worked, so it's kind of an erratic bug, but it seems microsoft fixed it! Thanks ...


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For Windows CMD you can do. @for /R %%x in (*.m4a) do ffmpeg -i "%%x" -acodec flac "%%~dpnx.flac" (Batch Script) ( This will do Recursion ( Every Folder and under from where its run ))


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it is very possible. I did it myself. So you will need: 2 aux cables 1 Y splitter to connect phone to pc headset like this: http://www.amazon.com/StarTech-com-headsets-separate-headphone-microphone/dp/B004SP0WAQ/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1454263366&sr=8-4&keywords=pc+headset+to+mobile+adapter Now, you connect the line out from the phone (the ...


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Sounds like it might be a driver crash, I use a USB sound card with my headphones and the same thing happens to me on rare occasions. My first suggestion would be to entirely remove any drivers for the headphones (I expect if they are USB they will have drivers), then reinstall the correct driver for your OS - not to say you didn't, it's simply very ...


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Use ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -i input.mp3 -f lavfi -t 2 -i anullsrc -filter_complex "[2:a][1:a]concat=n=2:v=0:a=1[a0];[a0]apad[a]" -map 0:v -map [a] -shortest -y output.mp4 The changes from the OP's command is that only a new audio stream is generated via concat instead of both video and audio. First filter prepends the 2nd (silent) audio to the MP3, then the ...


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Found the solution. MP4 cannot write to a pipe and thus it cannot stream. To be abe to stream, it needs to be able to seek back at the beginning of the file to write the output header when it is finished. I found a solution to fix this. Simply add the option -movflags frag_keyframe+empty_moov.


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Just to reiterate your situation: You want to drive a bluetooth device running through your laptop. To achieve this you will need to have both of the computers running on the same network, and you will also need a program called Voicemeeter Banana running on your PC and VBAN Receptor installed on your laptop. VBAN allows you to stream audio between two ...


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Found By Changing windows Sound tab, Windows Explorer, Start Navigation sounds: to none. This got rid of my unknown noise every couple of seconds.


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As @szatmary said: Unless your original video's color range was originally upsampled from the 8 bits that you're trying to encode to, you are necessarily going to lose that extra information when downsampling. There is no way 10 Bits of information can be represented in 8. Depending on the content you may not even notice that difference though. The CRF ...


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Seem to have fixed the Windows 10 / YouTube issue on my laptop w/ ear buds by doing this: Lower-right hand of screen (system tray) Right Click audio icon > Sounds. New box appears, click "Communications" tab. Click radio button for "Do nothing" and click OK. For whatever reason, it seems my machine was interpreting something as incoming or outgoing ...


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The comment of @CL solved it. As this setup runs on a Synology without udev running, only two character devices were in place. ls -lA crw-r--r-- 1 root root 116, 0 Nov 11 2009 controlC0 crw-r--r-- 1 root root 116, 32 Nov 11 2009 controlC1 crw-r--r-- 1 root root 116, 4 Nov 11 2009 hwC0D0 crw-r--r-- 1 root ...


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I had this problem recently with Rosetta Stone. It only allowed you to choose inputs marked as a "Microphone". Virtual Audio Cable supports marking cables as Microphones. You just have to select the cable you want to edit in the Virtual Audio Cable Control Panel (vcctlpan.exe) and then check the box that says "Mic" in the top right corner. Make sure ...


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This seems like a design decision, and is therefore not a bug (unintentional effect). My recollection is that Windows Media Player has a volume control which may affect the system-wide settings. I don't believe this was always the case, so this might be more true with some versions of Microsoft Windows Media Player (e.g., MS WiMP version 9) rather than ...


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After a good two hours playing with all kinds of settings and following (or trying to follow) each suggestion above, it turns out my speaker (Philips SBT75) can only be connected to one device at a time. I had already tested it successfully with my iPhone and was puzzled that both my iPad and my PC showed as paired but disconnected. I tried everything to get ...


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Windows Explorer can make "navigation click" sounds. These will cause Windows Explorer to appear in the sound mixer window. These sounds may have been enabled and then disabled (or there may be other sounds that Explorer makes that I am not familiar with). If you do not hear any sounds from Explorer, then there is nothing to worry about. Otherwise, poke ...


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Its impossible to answer as we do not know the pinout. The 4 sections are left ear, right ear, ground & mic. They can be in different orders. Apple use one pinout, some android use another and the rest of android devices use a third configuration. Spec sheet just says "mobile devices" which is useless. To get a definitive answer you would have to use a ...


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if using Voicemeeter, why not connecting your application to Voicemeeter output which is a recording device (like microphone input). You normally don't need additional cable to do that... follow user manual until step 5 (replace Skype by your application): http://vb-audio.pagesperso-orange.fr/Voicemeeter/Voicemeeter_UserManual.pdf


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Magnetic fields do horrible things to speakers. Fridges draw a lot of power so send out a lot of electromagnetic radiation, especially when starting up (and then a lack thereof when stopping). A similar thing will likely happen if you put your cellphone beside your laptop speakers and call it from another phone. It means that the grounding of the setups ...


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After posting this as a bug to ffmpeg, I was instructed to try the latest version. Apparently, during my struggles, they had already found and patched the bug. Answer: Latest ffmpeg version fixes bug.


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I work for a CD duplication/replication company and the users who have mentioned CD text are spot on. This data is added during the mastering process to provide naming information for hte disc, artist and tracks as well as ISRC codes which help track radio play and royalties to pay the artist. While many in car systems read CD text, most labels and artists ...


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The problem turned out to be Mixxx version 1.11.0 The feature is only available from 2.0.


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Recreate your MP4s without audio to a TS with dummy audio ffmpeg -i 2.mp4 -f lavfi -i anullsrc -c:v copy -c:a aac -shortest 2.ts


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I Had an issue almost same issue . But actually it was my Dolby option was turned On. Which gave me a bad quality sound. (May be my headset issue). When i turned off that everything worked fine for me. Search for sounds in settings, 1. Sounds 2. Playback Tab 3. Double click on speakers 4. Dolby Tab 5. off


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Try C:/ffmpeg/bin\ffmpeg.EXE -i F:\laragon\www\sample\uploads\video\ba4ca90a71e0a05f67b9274827cc4f020c6ba95d.mp4" -q:a 4 -strict -experimental -threads 1 -vn "F:\laragon\www\sample\uploads\audio\35b9611321a57726636a9a46c315ba395e3df6e8.mka"


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The Sound Blaster works natively in 48000 Hz The EMU10K chip introduces a lot of distortions when it downsample ( dunno if upsample is possible above 48khz) This is done automatically depending on the source. if you're listening to a 44.1khz sample then the soundblaster will be forced to downsample from 48 to 44.1 which is not done correctly as i said ...


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I had the same issue with my Dell. What was happening was the default sound device was not switching to the proper device/port when headphones where plugged in. Part of the issue was I was using a D-port to my monitors that had integrated audio (similar to some HDMI) and the sound was playing on the monitor jack instead of my headphone jack on the ...


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I don't know if this function has already been implemented in Vista, but from 7 onwards the system saves the state for plugged-in or -out. So, plug-out the headphones and mute. Then, when you connect them, sound should become enabled. When you unplug, it should automatically go back to silence.


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To the best of my knowledge Windows does not have the option to switch playback devices for programs that are currently playing audio. Try the third-party program, CheVolume: http://www.chevolume.com/


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These are fully static builds and due to this they have no dependency with system shared libraries, so it's useless to adjust something in the system. Unfortunately they are not build against pulse. It means that in the way they are provided you cannot record audio with pulse/alsa, unless the author adds pulse support in next versions of these builds. An ...


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I will tell you my way of fix. I have Samsung T22c350 LED TV Monitor with internal speakers. I used to get this buzzing sound for a while, and its annoying. The PC, the audio cables, the OS was all good. The ONLY solution, to turn OFF the auto volume in the menu of the monitor screen. Or rest the sound options to default. The sound mode was generating some ...


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Try the following: 1) Windows audio devices: 2) Disable everything you do not want to use: 3) Verify properties of audio device intended to be used (likely this will be 'headphones' or something like that as you are using the AUX port, the playback device should have a 'jack information' panel on the 'General' tab 4) Disable all enhancements for ...


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Have you tried right-clicking on the correct audio device (your HDMI port) in "Playback Devices" and choosing "Set as Default"? Edit: After re-reading I see that you mentioned an AUX cable. Try the method mentioned above and if you want audio from the speakers, try selecting them in the Playback Devices instead of the HDMI as I mentioned earlier.


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I watched exactly the same video and was very disappointed that I could not find a program for windows that behaves like aplay in this example. In the end, I wrote one myself using C++ and OpenAL. I will post the code below. You will have to link to the OpenAL library to build the executable. The library is part of the OpenAL Core SDK which you can download ...


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This will depend on the type of drivers you have installed. The design of the headphone jack usually inform the port about the capabilities of the headphone. You should check your Windows drivers that they are up to date and also support line in. Here is an article from Wikipedia about this very issue: ...


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Assuming you have default (non-customized) Realtek audio, this should work to some extent. Open the Sound menu (as shown in your second screenshot). Right-click on your speakers (or the audio device you want to amplify the sound for), and select Properties. Go to the Enhancements tab. Check the Loudness Equalization option. What this does is make quiet ...



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