On Sat, 2015-01-31 at 14:51 +0100, Andreas Tunek wrote:
2015-01-31 14:34 GMT+01:00 Andreas Tunek
> Hi everyone
> This is a bug but I am unsure how to report it. Anyway the problem
> is that I do not get any sound from Rhythmbox and Totem. I get
> sound from Gnome shell, the gnome terminal, mplayer and the
> speaker test in Gnome.
> As far as I know Rhythmbox, Totem and Gnome use Gstreamer, so it
> should not be problem there. Or is this incorrect?
> Does anyone else have similar problems? Or could this be something
> special on my computer (I have a hw bug about sound here:
It seems like the sound card has some problems playing 44.1 khz
streams. If I do that from mplayer I get no sound. Where should you
I think *probably* ALSA. IIRC, PulseAudio should resample streams to a
rate the card can play, but it gets the information as to what streams
the card can play from ALSA, I think. 'pulseaudio -k; pulseaudio -
vvvvv' output might have some interesting nuggets in it (you may need
to create a ~/.pulse/client.conf with 'autospawn = no' as the content
to disable auto-respawning; remember to delete it afterwards).
Does it work if you play, say, a 48KHz stream in mplayer and then
start playing a 44.1KHz stream in Totem or Rhythmbox *at the same
time*? That should force resampling.
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