No sound recording
ciaoitalyay at gmail.com
Fri Nov 17 11:01:55 UTC 2006
I have Compaq Presario 2100 and could not play any MP3 in ubuntu 6.10
On Fri, 2006-11-17 at 12:02 +0000, ac wrote:
> H.S.Rai wrote:
> > On my laptop Compaq Presario V3018TU, I am unable to record anything,
> > neither through buildin Mic nor through Mic with Head Set.
> > Gnome Sound Recorder, starts time on clicking "Record", but on
> > replaying, the progress is shown on time bar, but no sound comes.
> > During recording, Recording Level Monitor remain still.
> > In volume control, capture is full.
> > lspci gave following output:
> > 0000:00:1b.0 0403: Intel Corporation 82801G (ICH7 Family) High
> > Definition Audio Controller (rev 02)
> > What I should I do?
> this was posted in kubuntu forums recently , maybe it will help?
> I have moved to Kubuntu from another distro and have had a lot of
> trouble initially finding how to listen to bbc radio and then at the
> same time, record the stream.
> BBC uses real audio streams and the obvious way to listen is to use
> realplayer (currently version 10). Using Kubuntu, I had a problem
> installing that program in kubuntu - an error message said it would
> conflict with rvplayer, (which I could not find in my system). Maybe I
> was looking in the wrong place. Anyway I then installed realplayer
> from its binary downloaded from the Real site. However I could not get
> any method of recording the stream to work, even trying most things in
> sight, one at a time, programs and packages that seemed relevant.
> Audacity worked on a laptop I had for such recording, but now gave I/O
> layer errors when used in other machines I have - something to do with
> alsa and the audio card and audacity not being able to get to the
> soundcard at the same time as the realplayer I think.
> Previos distro was ok when I used 'krecord', but however hard I looked
> I could not find this in the add/remove programs lists. After more
> persistance I did find krecord in the system>adept package
> It was available as a package, not a program. (!!)
> And it works!
> Krecord also provides a recording level indication and the mixer can
> be run - both good for initial setting up the conditions. I could not
> find a record level meter gui in gnome, even though it appeared to be
> installed as a program.
> One note - I also tried ubuntu (gnome) for bbc recording, again with
> no success for my situation, except with krecord.
> I use both kde and gnome, so my latest approach has been to now first
> install ubuntu and update it, then install kubuntu-desktop, a big
> download activity.
> Interestingly, realplayer installed easily in ubuntu (add/remove
> programs), and was still available in kubuntu later. So in this case I
> did not have to go to the Real site and download the binary.
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