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Assign Sound Output to Application

Postby Arminius von Xanten on Mon Jun 14, 2010 10:26 am

I have several sound devices in my PC and would like specific applications to put out their sound through different devices e.g Rhythembox to the stereo amp, video to the tv and browser to the monitor speakers. Is that possible with Isadora and if, how?
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Re: Assign Sound Output to Application

Postby kwevej on Thu Jun 24, 2010 6:21 pm

well I've no experience with that, but maybe JACK could help http://jackaudio.org/
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Re: Assign Sound Output to Application

Postby remoulder on Thu Jun 24, 2010 6:43 pm

Arminius von Xanten wrote:several sound devices in my PC and would like specific applications to put out their sound through different devices

You need to investigate Pulseaudio Device Chooser and Manager, they should be in the Sound & Video menu but if not check they are not hidden in menu editor, otherwise in a terminal
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apt install padevchooser paman
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Re: Assign Sound Output to Application

Postby sg1efc on Wed Jan 23, 2013 11:33 pm

remoulder wrote:
Arminius von Xanten wrote:several sound devices in my PC and would like specific applications to put out their sound through different devices

You need to investigate Pulseaudio Device Chooser and Manager, they should be in the Sound & Video menu but if not check they are not hidden in menu editor, otherwise in a terminal
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apt install padevchooser paman


An old thread but I just tried your suggestion Remoulder and package: paman

"PulseAudio Manager" does exactly what I need it to do. Thank you very much! :)
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