[Icecast] Newbie with problems on Debian Sarge
mckeehan at mckeehan.homeip.net
Sun Jun 12 16:46:06 PDT 2005
I figured it out...it would help if I used a player that supported the ogg
Thanks for all of the help!
On Sun, June 12, 2005 5:42 pm, Geoff Shang said:
> William McKeehan wrote:
>> I have my audio working with ALSA - microphone in plays through my audio
> This means that your microphone is unmuted in playback, but this does not
> mean that it is "captured" for recording or that some other master record
> level is not set at 0.
> First,try recording and seeing if you can hear anything.
> arecord filename.wav (the quality won't be high but that's not important)
> Then play it back.
> aplay filename.wav
> If you can hear your microphone then the problem isn't occuring before
> If you hear silence, do the following:
> 1. Load up alsamixer.
> 2. Cursor across to Mic and check that it is captured. If it isn't, press
> space and it should capture.
> 3. If you're using something like an SBLive, you may well need to turn up
> some kind of master record volume. I have an SBLive and on my card, the
> control is called Capture and I currently have it at about 40%. Where you
> should have it will depend on the strength of your input signal.
> If you change anything and it subsequently works, don't forget to run
> "alsactl store" as root to save your settings so they are reloaded next
> time you boot the system.
> Hope this helps.
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