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I had this same issue, for the same reason (Debian upgrades). I'm using xfce4 for my desktop environment, with xfce4-volumed to control Alsa via PulseAudio. The solution was to create the following keyboard shortcut: XF86AudioMute = amixer set Master toggle There are more "comprehensive" (read: heavyweight) solutions in this guide for Manjaro (an Arch ...


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In a terminal, you could do: { your-prefered-sound-recording-application > sound.ogg & script -c 'vi file' -tdump.times dump kill "$!" } And to replay: { your-prefered-sound-playing-application < sound.ogg & scriptreplay dump.times dump } (here assuming the script/scriptreplay from util-linux). It doesn't have to be vi, any ...


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Here is a solution using yad, bash only (no php), with one dialog: #!/bin/bash eval $(yad --width=400 --form --field=input:FL --field=start --field=end --field=output:SFL "" "00:00:00" "00:00:00" "" | awk -F'|' '{printf "INPUT=\"%s\"\nSTART=%s\nEND=%s\nOUTPUT=\"%s\"\n", $1, $2, $3, $4}') [[ -z $INPUT || -z $START || -z $END || -z $OUTPUT ]] && ...


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You can Use Zenity as follows:- For File-selection: file=$(zenity --file-selection --file-filter='*.mp4 *.mp3 *.avi') or file=$(zenity --file-selection --title="Select Input File" --file-filter='*.mp4' --file-filter='*.mp3' --file-filter=*.avi) For Text-Entry: startchop=$(zenity --entry --text=startchop) stopchop=$(zenity --entry --text=stopchop) ...


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Assuming the snd_hda driver was being loaded (it was), the lack of working sound indicates either a driver conflict or a bad default configuration. To bottom this out I added the following line to /boot/loader.conf to turn on verbose messages in dmesg: boot_verbose="YES" Doing this makes dmesg output much more useful, with all kinds of additional ...


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I've had problems with plugequal too. Make sure you disabled pulseaudio before that, and that it stays disabled. I usually edit /etc/pulse/client.conf and add autospawn = no to the end. You can also edit /etc/pulse/daemon.conf and add daemonize = no. Try restarting and pulseaudio should be down. You can start pulseaudio temporarily by running pulseaudio in ...


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I've used mocp (MOC). With it you can even add a play list.


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If you have PHP installed, make it a script: TimeDiff.php contents: <?php // Create datetime objcects $dt1 = new DateTime($argv[1]); $dt2 = new DateTime($argv[2]); // Conver difference to seconds $dt3 = $dt2->format('U') - $dt1->format('U'); // echo $dt3."\n"; $h = (int)($dt3 / 3600); $dt3 %= 3600; $m = (int)($dt3 / 60); $dt3 %= 60; $s = $dt3; ...


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It depends on what drivers you use. If it's ALSA - you can use "alsamixer". It's a control panel of alsa devices with ncurses interface. To switch tab in this panel you can use key "tab".


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I was surprised how hard it is to find a good tool for this, but here's my choice: FFmulticonverter is a very basic gui for avconv/ffmpeg. You can Put files in with drag&drop and optionally save the Outfiles in their original location - that makes it very fast for me. and you can just use the code: -vn -acodec copy like in avconv -i INPUT.mp4 -vn ...


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I had the same problem (for at least a year now), and the following seemed to work: Taken from: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=164868 Use pavucontrol to change the port to your desired one. Then find the internal name of the port with this command: $ pacmd list | grep "active port" active port: <hdmi-output-0> active port: ...


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Audacity can do what you want.


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You basically want to apply effects to the voice so that it becomes unrecognizable ? You can use SOX (http://sox.sourceforge.net/) for that. Note that law enforcement will be able to "undo" any effects you have added.



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