I'm using 1.7.0 on Gentoo; Kernel 3.7.10. I've built with PortAudio (19_20111121).
guvcview records find from other audio devices (eg: Intel Corporation NM10/ICH7), so that's my work around for now. This happens with 1.7.0 and the git-master
STREAM: add stream 0 to stream list using audio codec: 0x0050 channels: 1 samplerate: 48000 AUDIO: codec mp2 selected Audio frame size is 1152 samples for selected codec AUDIO: samples(1152) STREAM: add stream 1 to stream list MKV: add seekhead entry 0 (max 10) MKV: add seekhead entry 1 (max 10) Expression 'paTimedOut' failed in 'src/os/unix/pa_unix_util.c', line: 387 Expression 'PaUnixThread_New( &stream->thread, &CallbackThreadFunc, stream, 1., stream->rtSched )' failed in 'src/hostapi/alsa/pa_linux_alsa.c', line: 2917 An error occured while starting the audio API Error number: -9987 Error message: Wait timed out Expression 'pthread_join( self->thread, &pret )' failed in 'src/os/unix/pa_unix_util.c', line: 441 ~~~~~ I got the latest git master and ran ./bootstrap.sh - found this interesting
checking if you want to enable pulse support... yes
checking for PULSE... no
configure: WARNING: libpulse missing... pulse support will be disabled.
./configure: line 6593: enable_pulse: command not found
... snip ...
Prefix : /usr/local
Pulse API : yes
Desktop File : yes
Debian Menu : yes
Debug Symbols : no
It didn't find Pulse, but then reports that it will use the Pulse API?