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How do I find my sound devices?


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lspcidrake -v | fgrep -i AUDIO - will tell you which driver your card uses by default

 

grep sound-slot /etc/modprobe.conf - will tell you what driver it currently uses

 

/sbin/lsmod - will enable you to check if its module (driver) is loaded or not

 

/sbin/chkconfig --list sound and /sbin/chkconfig --list alsa - will tell you if sound and alsa services are configured to be run on initlevel 3

 

aumix -q - will tell you if the sound volume is muted or not

 

/sbin/fuser -v /dev/dsp - will tell which program uses the sound card

 

A lot more than you asked for, but hey in for a penny, in for a pound :)

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In xvidcap is used to record video or single frames from the desktop. Turn on the sound recording, the default is switched off, the sound is recorded. Record the sources of which the blender (do not confuse this PCM unless you have more cards). U Me will only work with Flash. Please change the extension to swf. It does not work I MPEG format. I recommend to use the older version.

 

XVidCap - X11 Record screen to video portions

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