[Bug 275998] Re: audio recording very silent
matthijsbro at gmail.com
Fri Dec 12 15:16:50 UTC 2008
I'm using a dell and didn't have this problem with 8.04 32-bit (now using
8.10 64-bit). Isn't pulse-audio in 8.04 to? Then downgrading might work
(either ALSA and/or Pulse) to see which of them causes the problem.
Somewhat strangly, an external mic does work - I cannot alter the input
level correctly though and it is quite loud.
On Fri, Dec 12, 2008 at 8:46 AM, Rocko <rockorequin at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I tried BIOS A12 and it hasn't made any difference - alsa still didn't
> detect a digital capture volume control.
> I did, however, manage to make alsa-mixer show a digital volume capture
> control by copying the definition across from Hardy into the
> /etc/asound.state file, doing a sudo alsactl restore, and restarting
> However, the control thus created has absolutely no effect on recording
> level. So it seems it is possible to fool alsa/pulseaudio into thinking
> there's a control even though it doesn't write changes correctly back to
> the sound card when you adjust the control.
> audio recording very silent
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