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You can try device = "sysdefault" Explanation Any value for device that is not default or does not start with pulse tells i3status not to use PulseAudio and fall back to alsa. The value is then directly passed to alsa as device indetifier, so just setting it to alsa or something similar will not work. Before i3status had support for PulseAudio you ...


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I assume you've checked all the volume levels in the sound preferences! pavucontrol may be useful to check the levels in more detail. Given that you have quite recent hardware, you could try a more recent kernel, from the Debian backports: echo "deb http://ftp.debian.org/debian jessie-backports main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/jessie-backports.list ...


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This worked for me when I tried it on a mp3 file. $ ffmpeg -i somefile.mp3 -f segment -segment_time 3 -c copy out%03d.mp3 Where -segment_time is the amount of time you want per each file (in seconds). References Splitting an audio file into chunks of a specified length 4.22 segment, stream_segment, ssegment - ffmpeg documentation


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Players employ caches to hide connectivity problems from the users; that's probably where the delay comes from. Check your player's settings to see if you can tweak the buffer size. As for ever-growing delay, it might be caused by lack of bandwidth. You should enable logging in your player and see if it ever pauses waiting for cache to fill. If it does, ...


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I had to use these settings in pavucontrol: Configuration > Built-in Audio > Profile > Digital Stereo (HDMI) Output + Analog Stereo Input Then it recorded the sound that was playing



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