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Before connecting to the remote computer, click on Show Options > Go to Local Resources tab > click Settings in the audio configuration. You can enable the recording from your local PC to the remote computer.


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ScreenFlow Check the Record Computer Audio checkbox and change the input device to the microphone or headset: QuickTime Player (option 1) Install Soundflower. Open Audio Midi Setup, create an aggregate device, and check Built-in Microphone and Soundflower (2ch): Create a multi-output device and check Soundflower (2ch). If you want to hear the audio while ...


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this worked for me: I had to manually rest the audio daemon on my computer. I have a macbook air though so it might be different for you? (1) Type in the search bar "Terminal" and click the Terminal utility - it should be a black box icon looking thing. (2) Type in "sudo killall coreaudiod" into the Terminal black box thingy that pops ...


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Yes, you need an adaptor. These are the three main types of connector for mic/speakers/headset Image from CableChick - Understanding TRRS & Audio Jacks These are generally referred to by the number of 'stripes'. Left is Tip, Sleeve - TS - usually used for a mono mic Centre is Tip, Ring, Sleeve - TRS - used for regular stereo headphones Right is Tip, ...


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Your headset needs to support aptX (https://www.aptx.com/products). This is a limitation of the bluetooth A2DP profile. Without aptX, it will not be able to receive hifi stereo sound one way while sending microphone audio the other way. And no, contrary to some information floating around in various forums you cannot make this work via playing with Windows ...


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You should be able to turn off microphone playback through the speaker’s Control Panel settings: Right-click the speaker icon in the notification area Select Playback devices Right-click the output device Select Properties Click the Levels tab Find the Microphone device Click the speaker icon next to the microphone to mute it Click [OK] in the two dialog ...


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There's a microphone privacy options page. The latest insider's update has it blocking all apps by default. Hit Windows key and search for "microphone privacy settings" Hit "Allow access to the microphone on this device" Switch "Allow apps to access your microphone" to on


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had a similar problem (audio cracking/not working); what worked for me (Xubuntu as Host, VirtualBox 5.2.14) I found on stackoverflow marked off-topic: VirtualBox - open the settings for your Windows 10 machine Go to Audio > Audio Controller, change to 'ALSA Audio Driver' and "ICH AC97" as Controller Boot your Windows 10 machine and disable driver signature ...


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You may have to install pavucontrol. XFCE is minimalist, so is expected that some settings are not found. To install it just type: sudo apt-get install pavucontrol


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You can also test your mic online. https://www.onlinemictest.com/


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Short answer : There is no solution as long as you are using Linux and a Bluetooth headset. Long answer: For music playback only A2DP is suitable, but it does not have an INPUT mode so use of the headset for VoiP isn't possible. The HSP/HFP mode uses the CVSD codec which is sampled at 8 kHz, same as used in telephony systems (so sounds like an old telephone, ...


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This depends on the connector, look at the tip of the headphone jack, and count the stripes: The jacks on computers (PCs anyway, not Macs!) are typically 3 conductor TRS so they will only work for left right ground (required) If the connector is 3 stripe (TRRS) and is compatible, the TRRS signalling methods (for volume control, pause / play, etc) depend ...


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"Stereo Mix" is the name given to the output stream (presented as a virtual audio device) after all channels have been combined. It's a mix of all the channels, and is sometimes referred to (in the past anyway) as "What you hear". There's usually very little/nothing you can configure about it because it's only job is to present the mixed channels. How ...


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Finally I found a way to achieve what I wanted, using the PulseAudio utility "pacmd". This tutorial help me $ pacmd list-sources|awk '/index:/ {print $0}; /name:/ {print $0}; /device\.description/ {print $0}' Run above command to get the names of all the system recording interfaces. Sample output given below. index: 0 name: <alsa_output.pci-...


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Short: No Long: There are so called Profiles in Bluetooth, and only one can be active at a time. A2DP supports one-way HQ audio. HSP/HFP support two-way audio, but only in a shitty quality (HFP 1.6 added mSBC, which is a 16kHz mono codec, before, it was even worse). (ref http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-3399361/bluetooth-headsets-high-quality-...


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I managed to find a solution to this. The basic concept is fairly simple, but it has a couple of gotchas to work around. The solution involves making use of pulseaudio's ability to create virtual audio sources, and the paplay tool to play media into that audio device. Setting up the docker container I needed to make my own Docker image, based on the ...


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I have a headset (combined stereo headphones and mic) jack on my Dell PC with Ubuntu 16.04 and experienced the same problem. First use hdajackretask check that the problem is not related to the jack: Press Ctrl+Alt+T to access the terminal. Type sudo apt-get install alsa-tools-gui Once installation is complete, launch HDAJackRetask app from the dash and it ...


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First... terminology. You may be having problems finding what you need because the terminology you're using (input, output) is backwards of industry convention. Think about it this way: Some devices generate and provide a signal... call them sources. (You'll notice that some equipment that you can connect a lot of sources to has a "source selector" - ...


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This is a real problem, even in latest Windows 8.1. I see it with my (relatively nice!) Sennheiser PC 360 headset also. To get even decent volume from the microphone I have to set absolute max level and boost: Anything under that is just way too low. Even 90 or +20 db is too low, can barely hear the mic with those settings. And the max boost means I hear ...


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In your specific case there could be a driver version difference or any enhancement employed. Try exporting CurrentControlSet reg branches in your two environments and text diffing them. Let us know any wonders found... But to answer your title question in general: (Method 0) Check all the cables, any hardware volume/mute buttons, direction of the mic, yes, ...


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You can map any usb device over ethernet with the http://www.eltima.com/products/usb-over-ethernet/ Regards.


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Right click on the volume button down the bottom right of your taskbar and go to properties, go to the recording tab to see if you're microphone is there. If it is there, click on it and see if you can set it to "default" Check camtasia studios settings to make sure your mic is the default mic To test if your Mic is working outside of Camtasia Studio. 1.)...


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After some more searching I found a post that told me to create /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf with following contents: options snd-hda-intel model=dell-headset-multi After reboot the headset microphone showed up again and works.


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If you are connected to the site via HTTS the grant is permanent, if you use HTTP, you are asked each time. Probably it is a security measure to prevent users who spoof the URL of a website you have previously authorized to use the camera. But it sucks.


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You could multicast an udp stream to your local network from ffmpeg and play it from your mobile device, on Android I use MX Player. My setup: ffmpeg -f dshow -i audio="USB Mic (2- Samson GoMic)" -c:a libmp3lame -f mpegts udp://192.168.0.255:12345 To get your device name you can use ffmpeg -list_devices true -f dshow -i dummy I can also get VLC to work ...


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Choose File -> Print. Select "Two page per sheet" and then press Print.


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I used to have a TV card with a remote. The remote receiver was an IR diode in a casing, connected to the card via mini jack – just like the thing in question. Notice the "REMOTE" label below: The receiver itself: Technically those things may send signals (like the other answer suggests) even if they were designed as receivers, I think. Still my bet is ...


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In addition to Go to Settings > Privacy > Microphone (left column) Make sure "Microphone access for this device is on" And switch "Allow access to the microphone on this device" to on as Ermish's suggested, I had to disable and enable one of my microphones for the changes to apply apply. Then all my microphones worked again.


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allow mic access in settings - privacy - microphone, new change in the latest windows 10 update 1803


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I have experienced the same issue when trying to record audio with Microsoft Powerpoint 2011 on macOS 10.14. Powerpoint does not show up in the list of app with access to the microphone (System Preferences -> Privacy -> Microphone). Note that you can reset this list from the command line (i.e. the Terminal) using: tccutil reset Microphone This may or may ...


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