Hello ! I've installed FreeBSD 13.0 and I have a problem: my microphone volume is extremely low (putting it at maximum possible in mixer and pavucontrol can help a bit, but I still need to put my microphone almost in my mouth for my friends to hear me). This microphone is on my headphones and...
I have a laptop (Thinkpad L460) with a jack port that can take both input audio and output audio.
TL.DR.: I'm trying to setup a jack port that can take headphones and/or microphone, so I can use an external analog Jack mic to record.
The card is recognized as:
pcm0: <Realtek ALC293 (Analog...
One-stop guide on how to get your webcam working inside of a GUI jail, including the microphone. Assumes you already have GUI set up inside the jail. My hardware: Ryzen Threadripper 3960x, NVIDIA 2080 RTX, Logitec C920 Webcam
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Hi -- my audio and microphone are picked up as seperate devices.
/dev/dsp4 is my microphone.
/dev/dsp3 is my headset output.
If i set pcm3 as my default device in mixertui, i get headset output but no mic.
if i set pcm4 it uses my PC's built in speaker, but the microphone works.
If i use...
I connected my USB Jabra headphones to test out audio calling which seems to work much better with the compiled version of chromium; however, I noticed that after doing so, I am getting "static" over my audio headphones.
I did manage to turn it off by installing umix and then fiddling around...
It doesn't work with both plain OSS and audio/sndio, i.e. Firefox asks for permission to use it on the corresponding web sites (like FB Messenger), then shows a mic's icon that it's in use, but it doesn't actually work. It works in Chromium. What am I missing?
Hi everyone. I want to use my USB microphone in video calls. :)
Output of usbconfig:
ugen0.4: <Raysound Krom Kimu> at usbus0, cfg=0 md=HOST spd=FULL (12Mbps) pwr=ON (100mA)
Output of cat /dev/sndstat (it seems that pcm6 is my microphone; pcm7 is the microphone of my webcam):
I'm trying to find a way to monitor microphone input to catch a particular "event". In other words, something principally similar to a motion detector - to execute a command upon an event.
Currently I'm using a simple ffmpeg command to record the sound card input into a file:
ffmpeg -f oss -i...