[mythtv] Still no sound
John S Flowers
Tue, 17 Dec 2002 22:51:55 -0600
I read the FAQ. I had another box working, I just hit the wrong MUTE
and RECORD buttons.
On Tuesday, December 17, 2002, at 10:06 PM, email@example.com wrote:
> If you haven't already, read the FAQ. =]
> Fot this problem, you need to do two things: set the recording
> input to line-in, and mute playback on line-in. (In Kmix this would
> be done by selecting the red button under the line-in bar and
> deselecting the green button above it, setting the bar about halfway
> to start with. no idea on other mixers, but should be similar)
> -- brtb
> On Tue, 17 Dec 2002, John S Flowers wrote:
>> This may be a simple question, but...
>> I have:
>> . Soundblaster PCI 16 sound card.
>> . nVidia TNT2 AGP Video
>> . ATI TV Wonder VE
>> . other, normal stuff
>> I have sound support up and working. I'm able to play sounds using the
>> sound card (I've both enabled & disabled KDE sound server). I'm able
>> cat .au and .wav files to /dev/dsp and it works.
>> If I connect the ATI TV Wonder VE sound output to the Soundblaster
>> IN connection, I get real-time sound for whatever channel I'm
>> If I disconnect the LINE IN from the TV Wonder, no sound.
>> Recorded shows don't seem to have any sound either (when they play
>> back). I've tried both mjpeg and mpeg-4 recording.
>> I also get the "strange error flushing buffer..." message when I load
>> mythtv, but I can watch television (with no sound) just fine.
>> Am I missing something obvious?
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