[ut2004] Voice chat
hardw1re at utleague.com
Fri Apr 23 19:45:37 EDT 2004
how can i change the driver so then i can have multiple programs use the
sound card at the same time then??
----- Original Message -----
From: "rix" <zajelo3 at cfl.rr.com>
To: <ut2004 at icculus.org>
Sent: Friday, April 23, 2004 10:43 PM
Subject: Re: [ut2004] Voice chat
> Gian Paolo Mureddu wrote:
> > Peter Wright wrote:
> >> well my only issue like this is that my clan use Team Speak instead of
> >> ingame voice chat. and when i run TeamSpeak i get no sound or music
> >> ut/ut2004. This is because i think linux only handles one program to
> >> use the
> >> sound card at any time. and with the way ut2004 has been built its
> >> the same,
> >> where its either the in game voice or ingame sounds. and because the
> >> ingame
> >> sounds are running before the ingame voice chat the voice chat wont
> >> work.
> > I'd say your problem is a drivers problem more than an Operating
> > System problem. Unlike the OSS-Free drivers (supplied with most 2.4
> > kernel based distributions), the ALSA drivers support "polyphony", i.e
> > multiple streams at the same time. So if you are using the default
> > drives that came with your kernel, it may verywell a resctriction from
> > the OSS drivers.
> Hi all,
> Yeah I noticed that bigtime when I got my OpenAL and ALSA setup
> right. Like when you use the cursor to click on the options in the main
> menu, the resulting sound is poly, but you don't know that if you're
> using the OSS drivers. I'm not sure but I don't think you hear poly when
> using the ALSA-OSS emulation driver either.
> Rick B
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