Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 80507
Last modified: 2015-01-07 19:02:40 EST
Press Record on toolbar.
Now Play is enabled and Stop is disabled ( should be the other way ).
After trying another action the application frozens.
What sound card is this? What kernel module?
Does recording work in any other application?
soundcard: Creative 128 PCI.
I haven't tried other applications, but
cat /dev/dsp > test.raw
cat test.raw > /dev/dsp
I couldn't record with gnome-sound-recorder in gnome 2.0 too, but I hoped
gstreamer will fix the problem.
Upstream as http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=103279
*** Bug 82036 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Reopening for tracking.
Sound card: Creative Labs Ensoniq 64 (ES1371), [Audio PCI-97, Rev. 08] PCI card.
I know the card is woking. If I connect my portable SW/AM/FM radio from its earphone
plug to either 'line-in" or "mic-in", I get sound through my speakers. However,
"record" the slider *DOESN'T* move, though the application says: " recording"....
File Information reports a file size, but when I select "save as" the sound
with the mouse hourglass pointer ...OR I get an "untitled.wav file of 0 bytes.
tried recording with two different stereo microphones (one from an old recordable
Sony Walkman, and the other from a recordable Aiwa portable cassette 'walkman').
Perhaps I need a self-powered microphone?
Given that I can hear sounds through my speakers when the recording source is my
radio, shouldn't that create / save a sound file?
I can reproduce this too. I'm going to go ahead and consolidate this
with bug 100774, the general "gnome-sound-recorder is still busted" bug.
This bug was originally opened against RH9 - could people try against
the FC2 version, and followup to 100774?
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 100774 ***
Changed to 'CLOSED' state since 'RESOLVED' has been deprecated.