[K12OSN] Getting sound going with videos-Changing volume?
thepiano at telenet.be
Wed Feb 8 05:10:07 UTC 2006
Could you share your building information, cause we're hitting the
same problems. :-)
On 8-feb-06, at 03:57, Krsnendu Dasa wrote:
> No worries. I worked it out.
> There is a guide for linking the fonts in the Fedora Mplayer guide.
> When using the gui there is a volume control that works. And even
> an eq. Cool.
> Now we just have to work out how to adjust the volume in programs
> like Tuxmath that have no volume control.
> Krsnendu Dasa wrote:
>> I bit the bullet and installed from source. Pretty easy actually.
>> The only problem is an error message saying:
>> New_Face failed. Maybe the font path is wrong. 2 ??% ??% ??,?% 0 0
>> Please supply the text font file (~/.mplayer/subfont.ttf).
>> subtitle font: load_sub_face failed.
>> What's that about? How can I fix it?
>> Ailso s there anyway to change the volume thru the software? I
>> have got headphones with volume controls, but sometimes I like to
>> use the built in speaker and it would be good be able to adjust
>> the volume. This is true for all applications.
>> Shawn Powers wrote:
>>> Krsnendu Dasa wrote:
>>>> In the gui, if I go to sound config there is no esd driver
>>>> (only oss, alsa, mpg etc.) should there be?
>>> Ahh, wherever you got mplayer from, it wasn't compiled with esd
>>> support. Bummer. You'll either have to recompile it yourself
>>> (not as hard as it sounds), or find a source with more audio
>>> support built in.
>>> Sorry. :(
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