[nas] [PATCH] consistent gain setting in voxware server
auerswal at unix-ag.uni-kl.de
Fri Jul 21 10:11:10 MDT 2006
On Thu, Jul 20, 2006 at 05:54:10PM -0600, Jon Trulson wrote:
> On Thu, 20 Jul 2006, Erik Auerswald wrote:
> >On Wed, Jul 19, 2006 at 09:17:16PM -0400, Paul Fox wrote:
> >>erik wrote:
> >>> Perhaps a config option to use a seperate input selection call and to
> >>> control the IGain mixer value could be added to the voxware server
> >>> (if someone finds out how to change these values...).
> >>i think that in general, there should be mappings available of
> >>"user level" channels to "driver channels" to "hardware channels",
> >>so that problems like this can be solved easily via config.
> >Well, I don't know enough about sound programming and the involved
> >drivers to do this. :-(
> If I understand you properly, what you would like is the
> ability to set a default input gain, individually, for the mic
> and line, rather than a single gain applied to both?
No. I want to connect the "input gain" and "line mode" options of aurecord
via the mixer controls in the voxware server to the correct mixer controls
in the sound driver. Paul suggested a generic solution to this (and any
similar) problem should be implemented (if I understand him properly).
Doing this in a generic way with the actual mapping encoded in the
config file seems to be complex, especially if every input channel
provided by every sound driver should be mapped to any of the two NAS
Changing the voxware server to accept a new option which enables the use
of the "IGain" mixer channel and translates the "line mode" to the right
mixer control for this case of driver/NAS server combination is what I
want. I'll eventually do this myself, I just can't promise when. ;-)
In the current situation I can record via NAS, but I have to use a
seperate mixer program on the local machine to set the gain and select
the recording source.
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