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There is a better workaround found here. Basicly you need to edit your mms.cfg file and add this line to it: UseWAVPlayer=1 The mms.cfg file is stored in the following location: Windows 32bit -> C:\WINDOWS\system32\Macromed\Flash\mms.cfg Windows 64bit -> C:\Windows\SysWOW64\Macromed\Flash\mms.cfg Mac: app support/Macromedia/mms.cfg (for example, ...


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Plug in your headphones, and adjust any inline volume or power controls so that you should be able to hear any sound that is sent to them. Right-click the volume control icon in the system tray. Select "Playback Devices". Click on the volume control icon again, and adjust the volume so that it triggers a sound event. This serves a couple purposes. First, ...


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Thing that comes to mind is windows going crazy with feature that lowers the volume during the skype call or similar. It might wrongly figure that it has been in a call then try to revert the volume to "normal" thus turning it up. Try going to sound, select playback devices > communications and for option to reduce the volume during conversations choose "do ...


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Hilariously, after writing my last bullet point, I decided to check my speaker properties, and as I went over the tabs, I saw this: Problem solved when un-muting. I'm still posting my question + self-answer because this ordeal took me several hours even before reaching the step in the picture above. I hope it may help any poor soul that just wants good ...


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Start / Control Panel / Notification Area Icons: Select "Turn system items on of off" Make sure "Volume" is set to "On"


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There was a problem with M-Audio cards on Win7, too. My Delta 66 has this same issue on Win 76 64 bit. Users on the old M-audio forum (that was shut down) railed about this issue for a long time. Just bad customer support. I have searched for countless solutions. I have not found any suitable ones. The only "solution" is to go into task manager, stop ...


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Here is the solution - Go to Win+R In run command type services.msc In Services find Windows audio endpoint builder It might say it is started, but go ahead and restart it This will take your sound services back on working


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Grab the driver for it here. Both 32 bit and 64 bit XP drivers are available.


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WMP will also show corrupt files as "red". You can manually remove them from the playlist. I must agree though that VLC is an easier player when it comes to troubleshooting.


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I just updated my kernel from 3.10.17 to 3.14.14, and the problem has gone away. Sound in Chrome is through my USB headset again. Thanks to all for your help.


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I have been struggling with the same problem for a quite a while, and just found the solution for it. If you have the option of choosing between AC97 Connector or HD Audio panel, select the AC97 option. Now you will be able to switch between speakers and headphones, simply by dropping the volume below a certain level.


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Instead of burning as audio CD try Mp3 CD. Most players can play them and I tunes can still handle it. That is main draw back to the mb4 format and why I dont use it!


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on linux 12.04 lts desktop this ffmpeg -i audio.xxx -c:a flac audio.flac has this error " Unrecognized option 'c:v' Failed to set value 'flac' for option 'c:v' " this works without error ffmpeg -i input.flv(mp4) output.flac


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I believe you can achieve your desired aim by using the -filter_complex option and the apad filter option to pad out your audio with silence at the end if the video is longer. Your command would be: ffmpeg -i videofile.mp4 -i audiofile.wav -filter_complex " [1:0] apad " -shortest output.mp4 This assumes the audio you want is in the first stream of ...


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If video length is shorter than audio length, -shortest is what you want. If video length is longer than audio length, no flag at all will be what you want. There is no flag to automate this decision.


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I had a different problem where speaker fill WAS working for all windows sources like iTunes, Media Player, Winamp, etc however Pandora via Chrome was not filling for some reason. I found this solution: https://plus.google.com/+UweTrottmann/posts/NkJtxz7iHMP Go to chrome://plugins/ Expand the "Details" [+] button Disable the flash plugin that is NOT ...


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I assume you are using the latest version of Google Chrome. In the bottom right of the task bar, you will find the audio icon, right click on that icon and select 'Open Volume Mixer' Youtube will be shown as 'Adobe Flash Player' and Google Hangouts will be listed there as 'Hangouts' You can change the volume of either with the shown volume selectors. ...


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It's a non-solvable hardware issue. Sony agrees. From what i've seen it's a 5-pin jack. One of the pins is dedicated for noise feedback. Your PC probably has only 3 pins. Noise cancellation requires a digital circuit to measure, process and invert the noise signal. According to this article: "sound processing and battery power are provided by the device ...


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This can also be accomplished using a script to mute the computer on every shutdown (more info here: http://aaron-hoffman.blogspot.com/2014/08/mac-disable-turn-off-startup-sound-boot.html) Check if any hooks already exist (these will be overwritten, so make sure it is OK for you) sudo defaults read com.apple.loginwindow LogoutHook Create script file for ...


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if you go to your playback devices and open your speakers that keeps going out, then you can go to advanced and un-check "allow programs to take control of this unit" if it's a malware then try chancing the name of this unit. This helped for me. Just keep in mind when you change the name of the unit and you are using programs like Skype you will need to go ...


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Go back to I/O and use Portaudio/ALSA for audio output. Presumably having added yourself to the group audio, change the "Device" to what looks most like the audio driver, for me, Intel (headphones) instead of default --- if you're not sure, try all of them. Finally check that synth, play panel, mixer, and system volume levels are up.


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use the comands lsusb and usb-devices to list the connected devices. The lsusb command will help you find out details about your connected devices. The usb-devices will tell you which driver has claimed the device in question (this most not always be the right one) Booting with a ubuntu live medium often helps to find out the proper driver, since ubuntu has ...


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I have the exact same issue on Latitude E6530. Sometime when I pull out the headphones the sound stops working in the speakers and then plugging in the headphones don't work either. Have you found a solution to this issue. Only reinstalling the sound drivers and a reboot seems to fix the issue temporarily. I have gone back to A06 which I think does not ...


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You probably have a creative sound board so click start, control panel, Audio control panel, speakers tab, change from 7.1 to 2/2.1 speakers. Then reload instagram. Your Welcome!


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I will tell you some tips.(Before that please tell that do you use any antivirus or optimization tools) If your C drive is fully loaded try to delete some unnecessary files and make some free space. Also use the 'Disk Clean Up' from the Properties of C drive. Also from the Properties of C dive try the tools and do an error checking and disk ...


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Look at CPU and HDD variables via SpeedFan program and compare them with maximum values from your hardware specification, which you can find on vendor websites. Also, run a virus check with some antivirus, for example AVAST


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Use the -map option to choose your streams. Default stream selection will only choose one of each stream type, so that is why -map has to be used here: ffmpeg -i video.mkv -i audio.mp3 -map 0:v -map 0:a:0 -map 1:a \ -metadata:s:a:0 language=eng -metadata:s:a:1 language=sme -codec copy \ -shortest output.mkv 0:v – The 0 refers to the first input which is ...


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Untested, but did you try the Windows 7 Codec Pack - http://download.cnet.com/Windows-7-Codec-Pack/3000-13632_4-10965840.html


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Ok I went ahead and solved this with autohotkey. I used this script: SetTitleMatchMode, RegEx IfWinExist, ^.*VLC media player$ { WinActivate Send {Space} return } Save it as an .ahk file, compile it with autohotkey (rightclick->compile) and you'll have a .exe Open task scheduler, make a new task, check "wake computer to run" and choose the ...


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Sounds -> Playback -> (select your playback device) -> Properties -> Enhancements -> (check Room Correction) -> Settings The Enhancements tab however doesn't seem to be available i.e. for my built-in laptop speakers.


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I discovered the same solution as 3ventic. Specifically, when I had the default format for the microphone in Realtek HD Audio Manager set to "16 bits, 96000 Hz (Studio Quality)", none of the special options were available, but upon switching it to "16 bits, 48000 Hz (DVD Quality)" the options became available again. You can also change this setting by going ...


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Pulseaudio in Ubuntu is configured to use per-user sessions. That means that while the normal user account can happily access it, as you've experienced, it is not configured to be used by another user at the same time (such as root). This isn't a bug; it's normal behavior given the configuration Ubuntu ships with. "I've spent many hours researching ...


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The Realtek are the best and easiest way to configure your audio jacks. The Realtek drivers do make it possible to set the audio output to the mic in/line in jack on the front and rear panel. Open the Realtek HD Audio Manager. In the top left corner choose the underlined option Device Advanced Settings. If you are dead set against using Realtek drivers ...


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I highly recommend Volume² over 3VRX v2.5. Volume² is highly customizable, stable and works well on Windows 7 x64. Volume² official website The website is in Russian. Use Google Translate to translate it to English. Volume² itself has English GUI.


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Check your device manager and go to audio in and outputs. Now check the box show hidden devices (in view) and delete all the devices other than the ones that you have when you didn't show the hidden devices. Reboot. There must have been some leftover drivers that interfered.


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You need to plug an audio cable (3.5mm male to male) into the audio input at the rear of your monitor and also to the audio output of your PC. Now, depending on what your PC's sound card configuration looks like, there will either be (at the rear) a single 3.5mm stereo output with a speaker symbol on it, multiple 3.5mm outputs with different colors, or no ...


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In your sound device settings, open the properties for your headset uncheck "Allow programs to take control of this device" or "exclusive access", you'll know it when you see it.


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Go to Control Panel > Realtek HD Sound Effect Manager > "The Audio I/O" tab Then click on the wrench (tools) symbol next to Analog and make sure "Disable front panel jack detection" is NOT checked. What this did is refresh the front jacks telling it that I was no longer using them. This is, of course, if you're using the rear jacks and not the front ones. ...


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According to Wikipedia: All versions of the Bluetooth standards are designed for downward compatibility. It means that newest standard supported by both devices will be used.


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I've had it in the past, (Dell and Sony laptops), where I had to use an adapter that prevents ground from connecting on the laptop power supply cable, and the noise stopped. Not saying that this is the solution to your problem, but it has completely eliminated the issue for me a few years back.


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sox stats .. seems to be one way to detect the levels, assuming you have the option to run sox. i.e. Use software (sox?) to sample the sound output of the ARM target board, this might require the use of a special cable, if not a microphone. Run sox stats ... on the resulting sound file. sox manpage For a lower level of requirements: a ...


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As per the manual, yes, you need an amplifier. Other than the subwoofer, none of the speakers are powered. Off hand, I think you may also need to connect the PC to the amplifier over something like toslink,spdif or HDMI out (unless you have inputs for all 5+1 channels on the amp, and use a regular 5.1/7.1 sound card and many 3.5mm interconnects), but I'm not ...


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This happened to me recently with my work Dell keyboard. The culprit was the Google Play Music browser extension for Chrome. I disabled it, and my media keys are now working with Windows Media Player on Windows 8.


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From what I saw in the manual, there is a physical switch (button) used to turn the antenna on and off. The software can not actuate a physical switch in your case. So, look for a button with an antenna symbol next to it. Lastly, if your parts are "old and broke", switching OS is not going to change that. They will still be old and broke.


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I had this same issue with a computer in a business environment. I tried every driver add/change/remove/update in the book. I eventually re-imaged (reloaded the operating system) to resolve the issue.


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I'm running the latest Realtek HD driver on a Windows 8 PC. This should be standard across Windows PCs with the latest updates. To expand on Bill's answer above, I found that if you click on volume icon next to your clock, and go to the volume mixer>"applications system sounds">playback>advanced you can turn the volume up to 24 bit 192000 Hz studio quality. ...


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Oh I found an answer just by trying out. I am not able to play the output video still, when I am in direct stream mode for video. But I can just hit save and it'll save the audio enhanced video. This way the file size was almost similar (upped by few KBs). I guess I can live with that. Leaving the question in case it help someone.


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However, the function is not available in the LPCM encoded stream, only the waveform. They're the same thing. The "function" is just a mapping from time to value. The waveform is just a mapping from time to value. You can find more details here.


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Have you tried using audacity? You can have there multiple lines of audio synchronized, an then you can mix and export them. See this manual entry.


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It sounds like a driver problem. Try reinstalling your audio driver. Access the charm bar and click on the search icon and type "Device Manager" or go to the Modern/Metro home screen and start typing. Under the audio tab you will find the driver, right click and press uninstall. Download the audio driver from the HP website and reinstall it. As for your ...



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