playing a webcast
southern.tim at gmail.com
Sat Nov 17 22:03:52 UTC 2007
On Nov 17, 2007 3:32 PM, NoOp <glgxg at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> On 11/17/2007 06:40 AM, Tim M wrote:
> > On Nov 16, 2007 10:28 PM, NoOp <snip - it's impolite to quote email addresses> wrote:
> >> Tell them that government meetings require a person signing, or subtitles...
> >> Tools|Preferences|Hardware ?
> > Hey YOU ARE RIGHT! LOL I would love to give this group of people the
> > hell that they have given me in the last five years! They literally
> > stole a small piece of coastal property my family owned . . .
> > I looked at tool/preference/hardware . . . but I will take another
> > look. It was working before I upgraded to 7.10. There is something to
> > the saying if it aint broke . . .
> > Tim
> Found it:
> Opened Realplayer, supplied RP with the link:
> Video & sound working just fine on my side. My sound is set to ALSA.
You guys are good! It took me weeks to find the site and weeks more to
find the public agenda for the meetings!
Still no sound on my end. I went to Tools/Preferences/Hardware and the
only options are :
Disable 16-bit Sound (unchecked)
Disable custom sampling rates (unchecked)
Use XVideo (checked)
I went to Totem movie player to see if my sound system was working and
it is. Am I going to have to fire up XP to watch these stupid
meetings? Maybe I have installed Realplayer incorrectly? The video is
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