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For anyone still hitting this (in VLC 3.0.14, Linux, ALSA, no pulseaudio): Go to Tools > Preferences > Hotkeys Search for volume (mute, etc.). In the "Hotkey" column it will show something like "Ctrl+Up Volume Up", i.e. there are two hotkeys mapped - the Ctrl+Up one, and the media key for Volume Up. To stop VLC responding to the ...


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You have two Intel HDA audio devices, one for HDMI audio, and one for the others. This is independent from the AMD TrueAudio co-processor, which is a DSP that can be used for audio calculations. There seems to be a kernel module for it, but I don't know which software (if any) uses this module. All of this hardware is on your CPU/system chipset. None if it ...


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To solve your immediate problem; remove all RealTek software and drivers from the computer. Use driver sweeper to remove all RealTek related stuff. https://www.guru3d.com/content-page/guru3d-driver-sweeper.html Then try with the default Microsoft driver that is installed after all the reboots. If you are still having trouble, try installing an older version ...


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For #3, Amplitude-Frequency plots, also called Bode plots, the libre software Audacity produces these under the name "Plot Spectrum..." a github project called WaveSpecter aims to tackle this from the command line.


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For the Windows 10 machine instance,this is how you enable audio: First, if you connect to your Hyper V Windows 10 instance directly from Hyper-V manager, you will never get audio to work. The connection through Hyper-V does not support audio. If you want some audio playing through your Windows 10 instance, you will have to run Remote Desktop itself in ...


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The "proper" way to restart coreaudiod is this: sudo launchctl kickstart -kp system/com.apple.audio.coreaudiod


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The problem I have with this method is that the recorded audio isn't as crisp as the one I listen directly from the phone. Unfortunately, the "crispness" (as you describe it) is likely down to a combination of whatever your phone outputs through its audio jack, your PC's sound card and its speakers. If there is a simpler way of achieving this in ...


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ffmpeg -i input -filter_complex "[0:a:0]channelsplit=channel_layout=5.1[FL][FR][FC][LFE][BL][BR];[FC]loudnorm,aformat=sample_rates=44100:channel_layouts=mono[FC2];[FL]aformat=channel_layouts=mono[FL2];[FR]aformat=channel_layouts=mono[FR2];[LFE]aformat=channel_layouts=mono[LFE2];[BL]aformat=channel_layouts=mono[BL2];[BR]aformat=channel_layouts=mono[BR2];[...


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It's not a 'sound card' it's an analogue audio amplifier. Those cheap all-in-one 5.1-capable DVD players were never meant to play audio from any other source, so if you feed it at that point you're feeding the power amp, with no volume or EQ controls. You'd have to work that into your circuit earlier. If you can figure out the pin-out of the ribbon cables [...


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My solution is made in AutoHotKey. Just run it and it'll toggle volume equalization on the top sound device. You can change line 4's co-ordinates if it needs to click somewhere else Run, control mmsys.cpl ; Open Sound panel WinWaitActivate("Sound ahk_class #32770",3) MouseStartingPos := MouseGetPosAbsolute() MouseClick,L,208,140,2,0 ; Open Speaker ...


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Adapted from Repeat/loop with ffmpeg? concat demuxer Use the concat demuxer. Make input.txt: file 'nobody.mp3' file 'nobody.mp3' file 'nobody.mp3' Concatenate: ffmpeg -f concat -i input.txt -c copy output.mp3 It will be more reliable than the concat protocol. Useful if you want to add various files (but they must have same attributes). In Linux you can ...


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I have an LG Gram 16 2021 model that had the same problem but now sound on the internal speakers is working! I have the system dual booted. I was using windows side and updating it. Then I got a notification to update LG Bios. After doing this, I lost the ability to boot to ubuntu. So I booted off the live Ubuntu usb, picked the "try it" option, ...


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It is not at all clear that buffering the songs will put less wear on the drives - there are 2 scenarios to consider in the buffering case - the drives will continue to spin while waiting to read - which I would have the same overall impact as reading periodically or spinning down and starting up regularly. - which is significantly more stressful on the ...


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Now there is this one disk - an external (USB) HDD, which is (was) there only for one purpose - it keeps my music and video files. And this one disk just stopped working (it's dead). USB Hard Drives are not the same as commercial and high end workstation hard drives and will generally not last as long or take the same constant use. We have had numerous USB ...


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What is Stereo Mix? Stereo Mix allows you to record exactly what was being output to your speakers, without going through any analog/digital conversion. This feature is very handy for recording the audio off a website.


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Try this and report back: ffmpeg.exe -hwaccel cuvid -i stuff.mkv -filter_complex "[0:a:0][0:a:1]amerge=inputs=2[a]" -ac 2 -map 0:v -map "[a]" -c:v hevc_nvenc -preset slow -rc vbr_hq -b:v 6M -maxrate:v result.mkv The amerge filter requires two or more mapped inputs, as shown above.


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There's an extension to do this. Disable Autoplay Reloaded. It stops both autoplay and preload. It does datamine your domains you browse that it activates on though. But even with the extension, chrome will still preload the metadata to show how long the audio or video file is. This cannot (yet) be stopped. This is to stop people from downloading audio and ...


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try this code in AutoHotKey app run rundll32.exe shell32.dll`, Control_RunDLL mmsys.cpl`,`, 0 WinWait, ahk_class #32770 Send, {Down 2} ;<--Adjust with your speaker line number from top--> Send, {Tab}{Tab}{Enter} WinWait, ahk_class #32770 Sleep, 50 Send, ^{Tab}^{Tab} Send, {Down 3}{Tab}


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Short answer -- Probably not without using a different Terminal Emulator. The sound that plays for the "bell" is determined by the Terminal Emulator. In your case, since you call it "WSL bash", you are probably launching it with the bash command (or perhaps the distribution name), and thus using the resulting Windows Console. Windows ...


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I figured for me to directly get the audio input from my Bluetooth mic to my speaker and pc, I run the mic aux to a "3.5mm Stereo Audio Switch Audio Switcher Passive Speaker Headphone Manual Selector Splitter Box" and have one end connected to my computer and the other end connected to the speaker.


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Try this website https://www.naturalreaders.com/online/ There's also a software variant but I haven't tried it. Good luck


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ffmpeg was freezing for me even with the latest version (4.2.2) in my bash scripts when processing lots of frames (more than 10k). Strangely, when I would run the same command in my terminal, it would finish just fine and I could not reproduce the freezing. Turns out ffmpeg hangs when executed in the background and the output pipe becomes full. In my case, ...


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I'm surprised that no one mentioned onlineconverter.com. In addition to many other goodies, their site allows to add or replace audio in a video file. Trying it out, replacing the audio in a sample video file does not seem to affect the video.


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I have tried many .mp4 files. Previously they worked but not now. Beyond damaged files, the other issue that springs to mind is that this may be some sort of codec issue. That is, the files you're are attempting to play back were put together in such a way that despite having .mp4 as a container format or extension, the actual video and audio streams are in ...


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Note that the answer has a typo, the argument passed to the postprocessor-arg should be -ar instead of -r. Also, I am assuming you meant 44100 Hz as a sample rate is is more standard than 41000. youtube-dl --extract-audio --audio-quality 0 --audio-format mp3 --postprocessor-args "-ar 44100" %dl%


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Right click on the panel, from the contextual menu, click on "Reset panel", on the dialog box that comes up, confirm by clicking on "Reset panel". The defaults, including the volume, is restored.


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Third party tools, such as free JackAudio, donation-ware VB-Cable Virtual Audio Device or commercial Virtual Audio Cable act as a switchboard, connecting multiple devices and applications. Caveat: As with any software, check it for malware at VirusTotal before installing. Also consider that it may take a bit of work to configure the software. For example, it ...


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Turns out it was specific to the audio-interface itself (Motu M4). That comment describes both the issue and the fix. Upgrading Kernel to version >= 5.11 did the trick.


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I had this problem again! This time the problem was my own error with a new tablet stand I put the Surface Pro 7 in. The problem was that the clamp on the stand was holding down one edge of the volume button. This had the same symptoms as before. A gizmo on the screen and a "slide to mute" when I tried to adjust the volume with other controls. The ...


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