[pulseaudio-discuss] remap-sink reproduces sound on more than the target channels
matt at v8zman.com
Fri Jun 13 00:17:13 PDT 2008
Ok, fixed. The issue was indeed the remixing, but oddly I could not
disable it by setting the value in /etc/pulse/daemon.conf. I do not have
a daemon.conf in my ~/.pulse/ folder, but it still wouldn't read the
global one. When I copied the file into my profile it worked fine and
everything was good.
I also tried the route specified in the wiki where I made all the
channels in the channel map "aux0", etc. This did indeed prevent the
remixing, but certainly didn't have the desired effect. When I did this
all my outputs for all remapped sinks output from the side-right
speaker? I have no idea why this is, but it is just another data point.
I now have up to 8 zones in my whole home audio matrix switch. We'll see
how my design scales. I'll let you all know.
Thanks for your help Tanu!
Tanu Kaskinen wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 12, 2008 at 11:01:45AM -0700, Matt Patterson wrote:
>> Is that what I was seeing during my startup process:
>> D: resampler.c: Channel matrix:
>> D: resampler.c: I00 I01
>> D: resampler.c: +------------
>> D: resampler.c: O00 | 1.000 0.000
>> D: resampler.c: O01 | 0.000 1.000
>> D: resampler.c: O02 | 1.000 0.000
>> D: resampler.c: O03 | 0.000 1.000
>> D: resampler.c: O04 | 0.500 0.500
>> D: resampler.c: O05 | 0.500 0.500
>> D: resampler.c: O06 | 1.000 0.000
>> D: resampler.c: O07 | 0.000 1.000
> Yes, it's exactly that.
>> I thought I tried disabling the remixing in daemon.conf without
>> improvement, but I will try again. If I start pulseaudio with the -C
>> command to get a command line interface will the settings in daemon.conf
>> take effect since I am not creating a daemon? Or is the daemon still
>> created and a pacmd instance is started right after?
> The daemon is created, and daemon.conf is read. Make sure
> you edit the correct daemon.conf - if ~/.pulse/daemon.conf
> exists, /etc/pulse/daemon.conf doesn't have any effect. Also
> note that the semicolon in the beginning of the line is a
> comment character, so remove it.
>> I also noticed that I can produce 2 two channel alsa sinks by pointing
>> them at front:1 and rear:1. Are there equivalent values for side:1 and
>> center/lfe:1? I tried side:1 without avail so that can't be it.
> I don't know about that.
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