I've spent some time to make my dxr3 card work on xine (0.9.8). After some
hacking on the em8300 modules the picture is perfect (both on screen and
TV) but the problem come when I want to control the sound output. I could
not fin any place to select dxr3 sound output instead of oss/alsa/...
My first idea was to add "--audio-driver dxr3" but that did not work and
I found out that there was no "xineplug_ao_out_dxr3.so file". The
alternatives are null, oss, esd.
Then I checked the man pages, config-files, faq and finally found this
I added it to my configuration - but no luck
To make it short: Maybe someone with the knowledge could add some
information about setting ut the dxr3 with xine. This don't have to be
many lines, just some info about setting up the sound and maybe a "what
to do if your xine-lib have no dxr3 option (eg. install em8300 &
Otherwise: Great work!
H=E5kon Skjelten (skjelten@...)
Student, Engineering Cybernetics
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Tlf: +47 73965404 / +47 99747075
On Sat, Jan 26, 2002 at 05:05:08PM +0100, H?kon Skjelten wrote:
| TV) but the problem come when I want to control the sound output. I could
| not fin any place to select dxr3 sound output instead of oss/alsa/...
The DXR3's analog output is seen as an OSS device. If you've got one
soundcard, with one DSP on it, that'll be /dev/dsp0, so the DXR3 will
be /dev/dsp1, and so on.
So you just tell Xine which DSP to use (1, 2, whatever).
I will not show off
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