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jdetwileWed May-12-10 08:42 AM
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#3633, "audio stops working: upgraded Fedora 10 to 11 (/dev/snd ??)"


I was successfully using kino (1.3.3) with Fedora 10, but 'It broke!' when I upgraded to Fedora 11.

On Fedora 10, I learned to set the 'Audio Device' in kino to '/dev/snd' -- this was to solve the problem of 'fast playback when kino doesn't have exclusive use of the sound device'.

But I think F11 has done something with ALSA - which I don't understand! - and now I have that same old 'fast playback' behavior whenever 'Enable Audio Output' is checked. I've tried '/dev/snd', and 'default' in 'Audio Device' but no choice seems to work.

Is there a straightforward change to kino's 'Audio Device' which will solve this?


(BTW: Other multimedia apps, movie players, Cinelerra, etc., are working: so it's not that my F11 system has lost ALL its sound. And, I have two F11 machines, with quite different i586 hardware configurations. Kino has the same issue on both machines.)


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