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I believe if the headphone Jack and the inbuilt speakers use different sound devices in windows, it will automatically remember the volume it was at last time it was used. (I know my several audio devices do on Windows 10). It is essentially the same as the linked Windows 7 question that you put in the notes, in that if windows uses the same audio device ...


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A simple way to silence the Bluetooth notification sounds, without going through all of the pain, of digging for the permission to do so - you can just change the sound, to a silent wave file - as shown in the picture. Record one second of audio, with all controls at zero; copy this file, to the C:\Windows\media directory; then select it, via the Bluetooth ...


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The audio filter should be -af acompressor=threshold=-21dB:ratio=9:attack=200:release=1000 You can supposedly express threshold as decibels but I couldn't get it to work. Fractions work, so -af acompressor=threshold=0.089:ratio=9:attack=200:release=1000 where the threshold value is 10 to the power of (decibel value/20) e.g. -21 dB would be 10 ^ (-21/...


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Had the same issue but in Windows 10 (only with Chrome videos e.g. YouTube, despite volume set to max in the Volume Mixer), tried all the solutions here and the one with restarting the Windows Audio service worked! So "Computer Management", "Services and Applications", "Services" and restart "Windows Audio". Thanks!


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I created new application that i use for this,not sure if anyone is looking for something like this anymore bud i still use it and cant go without it , i posted it onto sellfy , its written in java and c++ , needs some special permissions to get into the key where it wants to :) bud that takes just a minute https://sellfy.com/p/mE8f/


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Your left and right channel were probably in phase. If a voice (or any sound) is panned dead center, the sound of left and right cancel each other out


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I managed to share an user-mode pulse server among local users via TCP. Edit /etc/pulse/default.pa to enable the TCP module. I basically disabled auth to simplify configuration. Note there may be security implications if you aren't the only one using the computer. load-module module-native-protocol-tcp auth-ip-acl=127.0.0.1 auth-anonymous=1 Restart ...


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It sounds to me like the Sound is on a shared IRQ with another higher priority device. When you are doing other things such as a file manipulation, the sound can be "interrupted" by the higher priority IRQ devices and probably what you are hearing. I wouldn't consider this a "problem" of the CPU or the RAM. You could try uninstall the sound in the Device ...


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There are many Jack compatible media players, such as mpv (ffmpeg based) and vlc. See this List of Applications Try mpv --ao=jack test.wav As well, the jackd2 package in Ubuntu 14.04 comes with a sample program called jack_simple_client which generates a test-tone output.


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Short answer is yes. Yes you can. See http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11779490/how-to-add-a-new-audio-not-mixing-into-a-video-using-ffmpeg Specifically The section "To manually choose specific streams" Once you combine the video (mp4) files in the order and length you want, you then combine the video (mp4) and audio (mp3) files together and use the -...


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The issue is is because your QuickTime file contains a trim within it which FFMPEG ignores unless you explicitly perform the trim on the input file via the -ss option. You can see your QuickTime file actually starts 0.021333 ms into the file by the "start: 0.021333" in this line: Duration: 00:00:02.44, start: 0.021333, bitrate: 761 kb/s In order to fix ...


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Click on the speaker to the right of the title in the tab: See Mute sound in Firefox tabs on the Firefox website for details and screenshots.


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I found a solution here that worked for me. Basically: Open the Realtek HD Audio Manager through the Control Panel. Click on the lowercase "i" on the bottom right of the Audio Manager window that pops us (just above the OK button). Uncheck "Display icon in notification area". Click OK twice to exit the Audio Manager.


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Somethings that you may want to try: -1) See if there is a way to reset whatever system you are using driver's for audio. -2) See if there is a software driver for your mic. -3) Check to see if issue occurs with other headphones/microphones. From Tom's Hardware: "kittle" December 21, 2007 4:56:52 PM "hiss like that is more than ...


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FFmpeg's eAC3 encoder does not support more than 6 channels. See bug report: Support >6 channels in E-AC-3 audio


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I installed new speakers today. They work! I guess the old ones just wore out. I'm not sure what this says about the sound card, however, since these speakers get power & the sound signal through a USB port. The old ones used USB for power only with a separate cable for sound. I suppose something could be wrong with the sound port.


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Do this when you have audio quality problem (i.e. after restart) Recommended: create a system restore point. Go to run and type devmgmt.msc and press enter to open device manager. In device manager, under Sound, video, and game controllers find High definition Audio driver and right-click it. Choose properties, under the Driver tab choose Driver Details. ...


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aptX was developed by CSR and is not free of charge. Manufacturers must pay royalties in order to use aptX. So, if you have an aptX device and want to use aptX on a computer... you need to install a Bluetooth aptX embedded stack on the computer... So if you have 2 "official/registered/compatible (paying CSR royalties)" aptX devices, they should work ...


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New answer July 2016! I believe the latest Realtek drivers, sourced from a strange, password-protected area of the Realtek corporate site, fix this. Don't ask how I got these files - the important thing is I think I've found a working solution. It's been about an hour and I haven't noticed the issue once yet. Because I don't trust the net, you can download ...


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I had a similar problem with mic feedback; I was able to hear myself talk which also caused white nose feedback. My answer may be a solution to your issue as well. Open term and run alsamixer Make sure you have the right sound card selected F6 With F5 show all options Find Loopback column and disable it. If that worked you should be able to hear the ...


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Unless specified, FFmpeg defaults to a video bitrate of 200k for codec mpeg4. So, just override it with a higher value. ffmpeg -i in.mp4 -vf "setpts=0.5*PTS" -r 50 -c:v mpeg4 -b:v 1500k -af "atempo=2" out.mp4 You may want to skip the r option if the content doesn't have very fine motion. You'll achieve better quality at the same bitrate.


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If you are using VLC, you can control it using an Android device connected through WiFi to your LAN. There are some apps you can use, like VLCDirect with VLC as target. From your android device you can open discs in your drive and change audios, subtitles, etc. You will also need to configure your VLC . With MPC-HC you can do it too (for example, using ...


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I found it! Open your Keynote presentation. Open a Finder window, then press shift+command+G. This will have an input for your file. At the top of your Keynote window, there is an icon to the left of the file name for your presentation. Click and hold until it's selected. Then drag to the input box in Finder. The Keynote location should be pasted. Click "...


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When you go to Itunes --> Edit --> preferences --> play --> play audio with: you will see two options 'Direct sound' & 'windows audio session' direct sound is the option to play sound from ear/head phones or external speakers(in case of a dock connection).


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So as far as I can tell I have fixed it. In the end i just uninstalled the Realtek HD audio drivers and then found the correct audio driver for my motherboard that was Windows 10 compatible on the internet then installed it, restarted and that seems to have fixed it.


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What you want is possible. You can use Audacity for this, which will run on Windows, Mac and Linux There is an option to change the pitch with out changing tempo (speed)


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looks like a known issue, there is a open source project can fix it. Try to use Ear Trumpet to control the volume for Edge, https://github.com/File-New-Project/EarTrumpet/releases


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I also have a fairly recent Asus Laptop and everything worked just fine until I experienced an unknown error a couple days ago and had to basically reset my laptop. None of the other available options would work. I had to use the reset option, and lost a lot of recent data that I didn't backup, which is my fault, so cannot complain. In any case, after doing ...


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Converting from M4A to WAV changes from a compressed format to an uncompressed format. M4A uses Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) compression, which is lossy. WAV is uncompressed using Pulse Code Modulation and it is lossless. The 10-fold increase in the size of your files happens because AAC is compressed audio and Pulse Code Modulation audio is uncompressed. ...


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The panel may be connected to your sound card (or the motherboard, if integrated sound) by an analog audio cable. I have seen a solution like this where the cable head consisted of several separate 1-pin sockets that one could freely rearrange to match any pin layout. In this case it is easy to remap channels. Example: (The picture source here.)


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The effect you mention is known as Dynamic Range Compression. The most known scandal associated with it is abuse that exploits this effects in Ads on TV channels. You can not change logic inside Edge, Chrome and other browsers, but you can definitely adjust dynamic range in your own videos to the normal level. And you can do it automatically because all the ...


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Lowering the volume to 90% has no positive effect on the quality of the signal which is sent to speakers/headphones in your case. A generally good practice is to increase the volume using digital components (up to 100%, I'm not talking about boosting or normalization) to decrease the amplification done by analogue components to preserve quality.


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Most chipsets have a volume control where 100% is in fact a x2 amplification factor: the real 100% may be around 50%, ie the sound is not amplified. The advantage is when the incoming sound is too low, then boosting at 80% or 100% alow to ear it. The drawback is generally awfull sound when played on good loudspeakers. The same rule often apply to the volume ...


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Your answer is in your question. VLC: Preferences, Audio, tick option "Normalize volume to:". And you get "per video file volume normalization on the fly during playback". It is dynamic normalization. So it calculates loudness of chunk, something like 10 seconds. And amplify it to marked in option value. Every decent videoplayer has this option. It is ...


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If your audio card is a Realtek one, I suggest you go on their website to find the most up-to-date drivers and helper programs for it. From what I understand of your problem, it is precisely what is missing. Alternatively, there's the website driverscloud.com which will detect exactly what sound card you use and will give you download links for drivers and ...


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Most of the software that you'll need is open source. You'll need the following: Server (Linux): Nginx with RTMP module (Nginx and RTMP module will need to be compiled via source) FFmpeg (Will potentially need to be compiled from source) A website created with 4 embedded players on a page that can stream rtmp. (MediaElement, JW Player, Flow Player, ...


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An addition to the current solution: If the audio file does not match the video container's format, just avoid the -acodec parameter: ffmpeg.exe -i input_video.mp4 -i replacement_audio.m4a -vcodec copy -map 0:0 -map 1:0 output.mp4 Now, only the audio gets encoded in order to match the container.


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This worked for me: Click Start and type Sound to open the Sound window. On the Playback tab, select Speakers/Headphones and press Properties. Now go to Advanced tab and uncheck Exclusive Mode - Allow applications to take exclusive control on this device. Step 1: Step 2:


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Try disabling option 2 ("Make internal and external output devices playback two different audio streams"). Also post a screenshot of your Windows sound configuration.


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Info I've created a quicklook plugin to solve this using past versions of Quicktime 7.6.6, Audio.qlgenerator, and Music.qldisplay from OS X Mountain Lion. Forewarning, the reason this was taken out of OS X is due to a security vulnerability it caused; while not a major security flaw, Apple opted to discontinue midi preview, I'm guessing because it was ...


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Since it's a PCI device, PCI is a parallel bus -- all the slots will share the same set of core address/data lines, so if you were frying any of those lines on the PCI host controller, all the slots would die. The most convoluted scenario I can think of is that you're somehow killing the clock sent to each slot (since that is sometimes buffered separately ...


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Yes, it would work. If you plug a USB Bluetooth dongle into a laptop that has built-in Bluetooth it would just show up as another adapter. You can disable the built-in adapter by going to Network and Sharing Center > Change Adapter Settings. This will force the system to use the USB dongle.


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I believe pro audio apps use CoreAudio Audio Units or Steinberg Virtual Studio Technology (VST) plug-ins to do this (and more). To do similar things with apps that don't have AU or VST support, see Rogue Amoeba's Loopback or Audio Hijack, or Ambrosia Software's WireTap Studio or WireTap Anywhere.


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If Windows sees two different drivers for the audio devices, you should be able to get away with disabling the simultaneous playback you have enabled while enabling the conditional mute of the internal device. Your hardware most likely sees the speaker input as any realtek input whereas you have a seperate headphone driver for specifically headphones. Try ...


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Assuming you want to blackout the video and mute the audio where needed, your basic command template would be ffmpeg -i video.mp4 -f lavfi -i "color=black:s=1280x720:r=25" -filter_complex \ "[0:v][1]overlay=enable='between(t,25,35)'[a]; \ [a][1]overlay=enable='between(t,80,90)'[b]; \ [b][1]overlay=enable='between(t,94,115)'[c]; \ ... [n][1]overlay=...


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I solved the problem for my Creative audio board. If you want to fix it too,follow the next steps: Uninstall Adobe flash player from your computer with the uninstaller from adobe webpage and clean all the registry with CCleaner and System Ninja install the firefox add-on YouTube Flash Video Player by Baris Derin go to " http://www.adobe.com/in/products/...



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