[mythtv-users] Audio Problems
nate.strickland at gmail.com
Mon Oct 4 02:52:56 EDT 2004
I haven't used the gui you're using, but I may be able to help with alsamixer.
I'll need some more info about your setup to give a complete answer,
but for the moment I'll assume that you're using a capture card with a
loopback to the audigy.
Also, note that you'll want to use the line input rather than the mic input.
when you start alsamixer, you'll need to tell it which card with
'alsamixer -c #' where # is the number of the card you want to adjust.
open up your audigy, (it'll say at the top if you don't know which is
which.) then go over to the line input, and space to turn capture on.
It should now have a red thing over the top. now hit M to mute it,
and it should say M at the top. then go over to capture and do the
hope that helped.
On Sun, 03 Oct 2004 23:19:58 -0500, Chris LaForce
<laforcec at centurytel.net> wrote:
> I have just reinstalled Fedora Core 2 on my PC and am resetting up
> MythTv. I am have some problems getting the audio setup correctly.
> When I watch live tv the audio is way ahead of the video. I am aware
> that this problem occurs when you are listening to the live audio
> instead of the captured volume. My problem is when I go into the gui
> mixer to try to change the values I have two tabs at the top one that
> reads SigmaTel STAC9750/51 [OSS Mixer] and one the reads Sound Blaster
> Audigy2 [Alsa Mixer]. In the OSS mixer I tried to mute the Mic option
> and the master and in the ALSA Mixer I turned up the master and muted
> the Mic option and turned up the Mic Capture options. When I leave and
> test Myth I find the audio screwed up. When I come back into the mixers
> the values have changed from what I set. I have also tried the text
> based mixer alsamixer. Should I see both these mixers when I go into
> Volume control.
> Thanks for any help,
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