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djalma 09-01-05 11:59 PM

nvmixer & PCM output sound control
 
nvmixer 4 windows:
http://img297.imageshack.us/img297/156/winmix4lv.jpg

nvmixer 4 linux:
http://img356.imageshack.us/img356/4859/sound26ho.jpg
http://img33.imageshack.us/img33/3985/sound13nf.jpg

Where is PCM output control in nvmixer 4 linux?

Please add it in next release.

PD: How store nvmixer control positions? ( Similar to /usr/sbin/alsactl (store/restore) ) Maybe with nvmix-reg?

PD2: Sorry 4 my english & thanx in advance ;)

djalma 11-24-05 08:20 PM

Re: nvmixer & PCM output sound control
 
Still happen the same with the new nvsound driver 1.0.7 : NFORCE-Linux-x86-1.0-0310-pkg1

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Lithorus 11-25-05 03:18 AM

Re: nvmixer & PCM output sound control
 
Now, what's wrong with your DE's own mixer? (eg. gnome-volume-manager)

debian_penguin 01-05-06 02:35 AM

Re: nvmixer & PCM output sound control
 
Hi all,

I've opened a new thread on this matter, (http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=62656).
Both kmix and gnome-volume-control show the same options. I've also added some screenshots to the post.

djalma, does your soundcard detect wether the headphones jack is plugged or not? Or, at least, can you set the headphones volume, or toggle speakers mute without muting also the headphones?

Thank you,
best,

d_p

djalma 01-11-06 04:19 AM

Re: nvmixer & PCM output sound control
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Lithorus
Now, what's wrong with your DE's own mixer? (eg. gnome-volume-manager)

http://img297.imageshack.us/img297/3124/screeni8ok.jpg

Same problem... no pcm :( :( :( (Lnx 2.6.15 [1.0-7 nvidia sound driver])
Try to handle the xmms volume control with the pcm (xmms default setting) if u can ;) Answer: U cant becouse pcm dont exist, then u need force the xmms volume settings 4 that xmms use the master volume.

Quote:

Originally Posted by debian_penguin
djalma, does your soundcard detect wether the headphones jack is plugged or not? Or, at least, can you set the headphones volume, or toggle speakers mute without muting also the headphones?

Sorry, I havn't got a headphone connector attached to the mb. I only use the lineout jack.

PD: Sorry 4 my very bad english :(


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