Phonon + PulseAudio + Skype = No mic
egriffith92 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 29 08:17:06 BST 2011
Fixed what I broke; but still havent figured out the Skype Microphone
issue. Something Odd that I did notice however is... input from my mic
(just like at the desktop) is coming out of my speakers o.O
On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 2:30 AM, Eric Griffith <egriffith92 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Unfortunately Stephen it was not; I do thank you however for offering
> advice. I believe you found that information from the Arch Wiki (just
> saw the same suggestion there :D) Neither your suggestion, or that of
> all the Arch Wiki on KDE / Pulse / KDE + Pulse was able to fix my
> specific use case. And doubly unfortunately... I may just broken it
> further >.> Gotta try to retrace my steps now!
> Aaaah the joys of linux sometimes lol
> On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 1:16 AM, Stephen Dowdy <sdowdy at ucar.edu> wrote:
>> Just replying directly to you, but if this is applicable, please
>> follow up on the list.
>> I have an ASUS Eee PC 1005PE that i finally got Skype working on
>> (Debian Squeeze) by following some instructions i found somewhere
>> (don't know sure where).
>> Tell skype that it MAY NOT automatically adjust the mixer
>> and then set the left Mic input/gain to 0 and the right input to 75-80%.
>> This works for the Eee, as i understand it, because the left/right
>> mic are done via differencing the two inputs, where the right
>> channel is the master, they aren't fully independent.
>> skype apparently can't deal with that, esp if it's in control of
>> the mixer.
>> Good luck,
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