Re: Howto: Record playing audio only via ffmpeg/avconv
On Mon, 13 May 2013 06:02:57 +0200, Chris Bannister
On Thu, May 09, 2013 at 01:42:01AM +0000, T o n g wrote:
It'll be much simpler if you have PulseAudio installed. Check out:
JFTR. I found the exact opposite! Removing PulseAudio made everything
I'm using different distros and need to use all installs without PA.
However, pro-audio on my machine is that terrible broken , that I
cleaned a primary partition last night, to install XP, to test the audio
card with an original RME driver. I bought the RME card, after it was
recommended, as working with Linux by many users. I can't speak for
consumer audio, I'm not using desktop sound etc., but once I've got a
working environment, I don't update anymore! saince updates easily can
breake at lest "pro-audio".
Linux audio always was an issue and it didn't become better in the last 10
years and I'm using Linux only, mainly for audio.
 Independent of the used distro, I've got a Linux and FreeBSD
multi-boot and in some hours I perhaps have a Linux, FreeBSD and Microsoft
multi-boot :(, caused by audio issues.