Bug#801448: vlc: VLC change audio device without obvious reason
sramacher at debian.org
Mon Oct 19 18:47:26 UTC 2015
Control: severity -1 normal
On 2015-10-19 15:38:48, Felipe Sateler wrote:
> Control: reassign -1 vlc 2.2.1-4
> On 19 October 2015 at 15:04, Sebastian Ramacher <sramacher at debian.org> wrote:
> > Control: reassign -1 pulseaudio 7.0-1
> > Hi
> > On 2015-10-10 10:52:55, Gabriel Corona wrote:
> >> Package: vlc
> >> Version: 2.2.1-4
> >> Severity: important
> >> Hi,
> >> When using VLC with KDE5 without pulseaudio, VLC keeps changing the
> >> output audio device. I've configured VLC to use the "HDA Intel ALC888
> >> Analog Audio Device" but it switches back to "HDA NVidida, HDMI0
> >> Hardware device with all software conversion" (which means that I do
> >> not have any sound):
> >> * this always happens when I start vlc;
> >> * it happens sometimes at the beginnig of the playback.
> >> When this happens, I get this in the console:
> >> [00007f7dc8c04568] avcodec decoder debug: enabling direct rendering
> >> [00000000021f1028] core audio output debug: restart requested (2)
> >> [00007f7db806e468] core audio resampler debug: removing module "samplerate"
> >> [00007f7db80441d8] core audio converter debug: removing module "a52tofloat32"
> >> [00007f7db8042a88] core audio filter debug: removing module "scaletempo"
> >> [00007f7db806e068] core audio converter debug: removing module "simple_channel_mixer"
> >> [00000000021f1028] core audio output debug: restarting output...
> >> [00000000021f1028] alsa audio output debug: using ALSA device: plughw:CARD=NVidia,DEV=3
> >> [00000000021f1028] alsa audio output debug: Plug PCM: Hardware PCM card 1 'HDA NVidia' device 3 subdevice 0
> >> [00000000021f1028] alsa audio output debug: device name : HDMI 0
> >> [00000000021f1028] alsa audio output debug: device ID : HDMI 0
> >> [00000000021f1028] alsa audio output debug: subdevice name: subdevice #0
> >> [00000000021f1028] alsa audio output debug: initial hardware setup:
> >> I can switch back to the "HDA Intel ALC888 Analog Audio Device" in the
> >> menu and it works correctly.
Please attach the full output of vlc -vvv when this happens.
> > This sounds very similar to #802016. So I'm reassigning this to pulseaudio for
> > now. Maybe the pulseadio maintainers can provide more insight here.
> It looks like we both missed the part above about not using pulseaudio
> ;). Reassigning back.
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