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For the last few weeks I have been in the process of moving my operations from winXP to SuSE Linux 9.1 i.e. trying to make ma dual boot system into ...
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- 09-12-2004 #1
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- Sep 2004
Audigy ac3 decoding...
For the last few weeks I have been in the process of moving my operations from winXP to SuSE Linux 9.1 i.e. trying to make ma dual boot system into a Linux-only system. Up to now all has gone smoothly, but now I have hit a bit of a bump. I cannot seem to get proper 5.1 sound from my SB Audigy card. I have sound all right, I even have all the speakers working, but it seems that only in stereo. If I try to watch a movie with ac3 5.1 sound the quality of it is appalling. I do have all speakers producing sound, but it isn't very nice. I had the same problem with XP but there the ac3 filter allowed me to pass ac3 decoding on to my Audigy card, which made things beautiful. I tried to do the same in SuSE, more specifically in xine by telling it to pass ac3 decoding to the sound card but all this approach achieved were these crackle-pop sound from the speakers. Now I'm guessing that it tried to pass the digital output to my speakers, but that's not what i want. I want it to leave ac3 decoding to my audigy card and not do it by means of software. Any ideas how to do it?
SuSE 9.1, kernel 2.6.5, alsa v1.0.4, SB Audigy