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Sound output to multiple devices
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Martin S. Weber
2016-06-29 20:16:34 UTC
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Is there an on-board freebsd way to play back sound to multiple devices at
once (including controlling settings of the various outputs separately)?
Switch sound outputs without a close/open (i.e., stop)? Group and ungroup
devices dynamically? Like, create a virtual sound card that one connects
the real cards to, or whatever..

Without resorting to pulseaudio?

In case it's not possible, what's your pulseaudio alternative to achieve
the above?

TIA,
-Martin
Hans Petter Selasky
2016-06-29 20:47:16 UTC
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Post by Martin S. Weber
Is there an on-board freebsd way to play back sound to multiple devices at
once (including controlling settings of the various outputs separately)?
Switch sound outputs without a close/open (i.e., stop)? Group and ungroup
devices dynamically? Like, create a virtual sound card that one connects
the real cards to, or whatever..
Without resorting to pulseaudio?
In case it's not possible, what's your pulseaudio alternative to achieve
the above?
Hi,

Assuming the sound devices are clocked the same, maybe that can be a
feature for:

https://github.com/hselasky/virtual_oss

--HPS
Shane Ambler
2016-06-30 02:26:57 UTC
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Post by Hans Petter Selasky
Post by Martin S. Weber
Is there an on-board freebsd way to play back sound to multiple
devices at
once (including controlling settings of the various outputs separately)?
Switch sound outputs without a close/open (i.e., stop)? Group and ungroup
devices dynamically? Like, create a virtual sound card that one connects
the real cards to, or whatever..
Without resorting to pulseaudio?
In case it's not possible, what's your pulseaudio alternative to achieve
the above?
Hi,
Assuming the sound devices are clocked the same, maybe that can be a
https://github.com/hselasky/virtual_oss
--HPS
If you are an end user this won't help but if you are programming
something then audio/jack supports that sort of thing. Note that an app
must support jack for you to connect it using jack.
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Shane Ambler
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