Hello,Im having an issue getting my audio to play through my HDMI connection to the monitor. I've used the System>Preferences>Audio to disable my onboard video and set my HDM... [by routaran]
on 07/24/2012 – Made popular on 07/24/2012
Lets say i want to make my HDMI audio default (change analog to input only) and my webcam as the default microphone
i think it would be best to be able to set this system wide for the sake of the guest account
Fixing the HDMI audio max at login is easy for me, the rest has always been a issue for me and i have ended up using analong audio by disabled hdmi audio via xorg.conf
HDMI connection from my laptop works fine for SUSE 12.3 - however the AUDIO is still playing on the computers AUDIO speakers -- work around is to use the Headphone OUT socket to an AUX in on my monitor but I'd rather do it all through the HDMI connection, Any suggestions -- I've got Amarok and PulseAudio installed.
I got a new TV and I get no sound through HDMI from my arch htpc.However, I don't think the problem is the TV because:1) Audio from other hdmi sources works2) When i connect the htpc to a monitor through hdmi and restart, the audio works.
I have a ATI Radeon 5450 graphics card and it is connected to the monitor using a VGA cable. It is also connected to an external LCD tv using HDMI cable. When I play a movie in Totem player in the monitor, it plays fine. If I change audio>settings>output to Manhattan HDMI Audio to direct the output to the HDMI cable, the video in Totem player plays at double the original speed!
Hello. I have a 1.5 yr old Dell Latitude with Mint 15, kernel 3.8.0-29-generic installed from the Repos, and the OEM audio daily .deb installed (it was required to make the HDMI audio work at all, I can track down the link if I need to).
The issue is that when I plug the HDMI cable in, the video switches automatically, but the sound doesn't.
I'm in over my head in resolving this audio issue, so please be explicit in your response. Disclaimer: My hardware for audio may be fried. This was a windows box before and had intermittent issues with audio before loading Fedora 17.
Not getting any sound out of my speakers or headset regardless of what I try.
I have a new machine that I'm trying to use as an HTPC, and have installed Xubuntu on it. Unfortunately, I can't get it to play audio via HDMI. I realize this is a fairly common issue, but I have unmuted the SPDIF output and selected the HDMI port in Pulseaudio, which shows audio bars when I attempt to play sound despite the fact that no sound is heard.
I've been searching all day and I can't find an answer, hope someone can help me. I've got my 360 plugged into a new Acer monitor via HDMI. I modified the stock component cable so it would physically fit and plug in at the same time as the HDMI. From there I have the audio RCA output coupled to a mini plug and into my computer speakers.