Solved: NVIDIA To SPDIF Nightmare! Help!
Yes, Ubuntu detected headphones when I connect them on the front panel of the PC. Not the fault of Linux, because the manufacturers won't release development specs, but the result is still limited utility. Here is my current external hardware: (AUDIO/MIDI INTERFACES): MOTU 2408mk3 MOTU 24i/o MOTU PCIe-424 card (allows connection of up to four MOTU audio interfaces) MOTU Midi Timepiece AV USB (tried this While this happens regardless of which MIDI inputs/outputs I use on the interface, I still can hit the notes on the little keyboard at the edge of the MIDI track in http://blightysoftware.com/solved-nvidia/solved-nvidia-sli.html
It's usually either a fibre optic connector or an odd-looking coaxial one. I have the absolute latest drivers for my MIDI interfaces, as well as my audio interfaces, & i'm honestly at the end of my rope with this. HW Accel Level: Basic Cap Flags: 0xF1F Min/Max Sample Rate: 100, 200000Static/Strm HW Mix Bufs: 1, 0 Static/Strm HW 3D Bufs: 0, 0 HW Memory: 0 Voice Management: No EAX(tm) 2.0 it's all become a nightmare. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-nvidia-to-spdif-nightmare-help.924989/
a DV deck). Is this normal? However, I noticed some other strange things at this resolution. HOWEVER, as soon as I attempt to assign the output of a MIDI track to any of the outputs on either of my MIDI interfaces (I have two but only use
Input Tab: No problems found.--------------------DirectX Debug Levels--------------------Direct3D: 0/4 (retail)DirectDraw: 0/4 (retail)DirectInput: 0/5 (retail)DirectMusic: 0/5 (retail)DirectPlay: 0/9 (retail)DirectSound: 0/5 (retail)DirectShow: 0/6 (retail)---------------Display Devices--------------- Card name: AMD Radeon HD 6700 Series Manufacturer: Advanced This seems to work fine. I am sure you must be able to monitor DV audio like this - the setup is not that peculiar I would have thought in the studio complete system. So it's a problem due to lack of support more than anything else.
The problem is that every audio card manufacturer designs their cards for Windows and provides a closed driver that is exhaustively tested for Windows. Likewise, you can switch back to the SPDIF pass-through when finished with your headphones or speakers by switching the HDMI audio to enabled. My husband who's desk is next to mine gets latency errors but no crashes. https://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-2326010.html Is that right?
Hope it helps. This is not an uncommon setup and I would like to connect my audio monitors to the digi 002, but this doesn't work appropriately when digitizing dv over a deck. Last night I installed this card into my gaming rig. Oh and I'm also running motu kit.
If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Hopefully the issue does not re-appear, but if it does, i'm trying my absolute best to document every change I make to my system (installation of a program, plugin, optimizations, etc) Ive done all steps except updating my drivers, as theres nothing wrong with the drivers since they worked just fine two days ago. Discussion in 'Hardware' started by marco772, May 24, 2010.
Mark marco772, May 26, 2010 #5 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. this content Even if it is, I still have no sound. Reply to loader963 Can't find your answer ? Hopefully this helps someone.
I have played many other games no problem. BTW, my name is Dave, but most people call me.........................Dave albee1952 View Public Profile Send a private message to albee1952 Find all posts by albee1952 #8 08-14-2013, 02:16 PM Got it on my iMac PT system now and it works just fine. weblink UPDATE: 1st, to albee1952: Thanks so much for the reply man!
Join Us! It has been a while since I've captured anything through the Mojo, so I can't remember... The only options I have in Sound Settings are the ones shown in Pic. 2.
Have a backup plan, which includes drive imaging and/or cloning.
The time now is 09:04 PM. If not, check to make sure that the cable connections are secure and that the monitor or TV is set to the proper signal - HDMI. I read it twice before deciding to offer anything as I knew it wasn't going to be the definitive answer. Try unplugging USB Bose speakers and disabling HDMI in BIOS, if possible.Then reboot. 2.
Thanks for all the wonderful advice, guys... As a means of further troubleshooting (to possibly determine the cause of the problems I was having), I have performed ALL Windows 7 x64 updates, installed just the main plugins that As of right now, i'm on version 10.3.5 & i'm trying to avoid 10.3.6 until a later date (after reading numerous posts from ppl who were having issues with it). check over here test the issue with a different MIDI controller B.
DuckHookJune 1st, 2016, 06:06 PM1. Yes my mobo has s/pdif ports. Since there are more cards out there than leaves on a tree, and a limited number of Linux driver developers, it is not surprising that many audio cards aren't completely channel-mapped. I'd rather write a "novel" that specifically explains the problem in full detail, as opposed to typing a single-line post that is non-helpful &/or explains absolutely nothing (like what you typed).
Well now it looks like you have to pay like $40 per "incident" ("Avid Support Code") just to get any type of technical assistance from Avid, & i'm unable to do My system is running on Windows 7 64-bit, with all latest/available Windows updates & suggested ProTools/Windows Optimizations applied. One of my other drives has Windows pre-installed, so I just temporarily made that drive my boot drive in BIOS (works GREAT in emergency situations like this), dragged my DAE folder Poor 1 2 3 4 5 Great [Optional Comment]