[amsat-bb] Jack Audio w/FoxTelem
royldean at gmail.com
Sun Nov 12 21:21:42 UTC 2017
Looks like I got it:
GQRX drop down set to "loop sink"
ALSA Plug-in set to "monitor of loop sink"
Now no response to clapping, and "pausing" gqrx results in FoxTelem "flat
On Sun, Nov 12, 2017 at 4:12 PM, Roy Dean <royldean at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the advice. This seems to be working a little bit better, but
> I still have no clue how to define the inputs and the outputs via
> pavucontrol. Everything I do that results in audio actually getting to
> FoxTelem turns out to be through the laptops internal microphone. I can
> verify this by clapping and seeing the display in FoxTelem change. What
> are the settings in pavucontrol that needed to be made? Currently I have
> the following:
> GQRX (audio output on)
> Java (audio stream on)
> ALSA plug-in [java]: ALSA Capture from [built-in blah blah blah] (whole
> bunch of options here, including the sink/source)
> Output Devices:
> Built In Audio Analog Stereo (port speakers)
> Uplink Sink loop_sink on Built-in Audio Analog Stereo
> Input Devices:
> Internal Microphone
> Virtual Source loop_source on Built-in Audio Analog Stereo
> Profile Analog Stereo Duplex (whole bunch of options here)
> Thanks in advance....
> On Sun, Nov 12, 2017 at 12:59 PM, Paul Stoetzer <n8hm at arrl.net> wrote:
>> You don't need Jack. You can just use PulseAudio with it's virtual
>> sink and virtual source.
>> The following command should work:
>> pacmd load-module module-virtual-source source_name=loop_source
>> Then you can use pavucontrol to send the audio to loop_sink from Gqrx
>> and use loop_source in FoxTelem.
>> Paul, N8HM
>> On Sun, Nov 12, 2017 at 12:47 PM, Roy Dean <royldean at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > I know I'm beating a dead horse, but has anybody here had recent success
>> > using jack audio (ubuntu/linux) with FoxTelem?
>> > I'm trying to pipe audio into FoxTelem with Jack, and I'm simply not
>> > something correctly. First and most importantly, whatever I am using
>> > generate audio (GQRX or rtl_fm from a terminal prompt) completely
>> > as soon as I start the jack server (before I even "connect" the input
>> > output), but resumes as soon as I stop the jack server. Not sure if
>> > will ever work if jack stalls the software generating the audio.
>> > Hoping to get something up and running by the Fox launch, but now I am
>> > reminded as to why I gave up on this a few months ago.
>> > Any tips before I throw in the towel (again)?
>> > --Roy
>> > K3RLD
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