How do you get HDMI audio out in ubuntu 13.04?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 21, 2013
I plugged in and hdmi cable into my laptop so i can use ubuntu on my tv. everything works perfectly, except the sound. It only plays from my laptop. How do i get the sound working? BTW I dont think its a hardware problem because the sound works in my windows partition when its connected from there.
I dont know what info i need to give you guys, Ill just give my pc specs, and if anything i will be more than willing to tell you anything you ask.
Intel® Core™ i5-3317U CPU @ 1.70GHz × 4
Intel® Ivybridge Mobile
64-bit ubuntu 13.04
Mplayer and HDMI Audio out
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 29, 2009
I got a problem with mplayer and audio over hdmi.
Ubuntu 8.10 - the Intrepid Ibex
Audio out works when I use the default "Movie Player" but when I use mplayer to play any movie, it doesn't work.
The default device for audio output under System > Preferences > Sound is "HDA NVidia NVIDIA HDMI (ALSA). This device was available after I upgraded Alsa to its newest version.
Can somebody tell me how I can figure out which device ubuntu is using for playback? I don't know what device I need to tell mplayer. "mplayer -ao alsa:device=??????"
Where are these sound settings saved in ubuntu?
Does ubuntu use pulseaudio?
Thanks for your help
Laptop speakers don't work after using HDMI audio out put
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 25, 2012
I'm using a an HP dv6 laptop with ubuntu 12.04. After switching to the hdmi sound output and then switching back, my laptop speakers don't work but headphones do. I looked around and tried altering my alsa-base.conf file, I added
options snd-hda-intel model=auto
This made the speakers work but they no longer turned off when I inserted my headphones into the jack (they did before). My theory is that since in the sound menu the 'digital output' option doesn't do anything and my headphones only work when 'speakers' are selected that the built in speaker/headphone bits in my laptop has its own system to switch in between headphones and speakers and that it has some how stopped working with ubuntu.
Has anyone had the same problem or have any ideas?
HOWTO: Ubuntu 10.10 Nvidia hdmi audio
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 15, 2011
Although this information is present in this forum in bits and pieces a new nvidia hdmi audio thread pops up every couple days.
So for simplicity sake here's my attempt and a very simple howto instead of editing re-editing and reposting old information.
First make sure you have nvidia proprietary drivers installed. hdmi audio does not work with nouveau/opensource. Open a terminal. Applications -> Accessories ->Terminal.
You should see something like this.
NVRM version: NVIDIA UNIX x86 Kernel Module 260.19.06 Mon Sep 13 06:35:06 PDT 2010
GCC version: gcc version 4.4.5 (Ubuntu/Linaro 4.4.4-14ubuntu5)
If not go install the nvidia proprietary driver via System -> Administration -> Additional Drivers.
NVIDIA HDMI AUDIO Ubuntu 10.10
Begin by reading this (it's ok if you don't understand it but you should be aware of this post): http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/show...20&postcount=7
Intermittent HDMI Audio using AMD HD 7950 and Ubuntu 13.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 30, 2013
Do anyone know how to resolve intermittent HDMI audio problem with AMD Radeon HD 7950?
I installed the latest Catalyst drivers (13.4) and the problem still persists. Audio is intermittent. Every 1-2 seconds, I have a drop/audio freeze.
I made sure that the problem is with the HDMI drivers, since when I put the headphones Jack at the rear (motherboard) audio play just fine. Same from front panel (case) audio connectors. I can also tell that the application (VLC), Pulse, ALSA works just fine. So the problem is really with AMD HDMI audio drivers.
I tried to allso to
- add "radeon.audio=1" to /etc/default/grub
- updating ALSA drivers
- Change video drivers (xorg-edgers, ppa and the .run for Catalyst 13.4)
..... Still nothing.
Could someone point my out to how I can solve this problem? ...may be the sampling rate of AMD HDMI Audio drivers?
No HDMI audio for Asrock mini PC using Ubuntu 10.04
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 24, 2011
This August I purchased an Asrock Core 100HT-BD mini PC for use as an HTPC in combination with my 37” LG LCD television set, and also a stereo amplifier. The Asrock is connected to the LG TV via HDMI. Surround sound is not used.
I installed both Ubuntu 10.04 and Windows 7 Ultimate in dual-boot. The Windows installation works flawlessly but in running Ubuntu I have been unable to produce sound on my TV using the HDMI connection. The analog stereo output works well.
Following advice in the Ubuntu documentation I have tried to modify the file “/etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf” in adding a line at the end of the file: “options snd-hda-intel model=xxx” where “xxx” needs to be set in accordance with the HDMI codec, in my case “Intel G45 DEVIBX”. Various models were tried but in vain.
Can anyone put me in the right direction to solve the audio problem, please?
Setting up Ubuntu 10.10 on Revo 3700 HDMI Audio, XBMC, HD Video on IPlayer/Youtube
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 18, 2011
IMPORTANT UPDATE: READ FIRST
As of 12.04 LTS, all of these issues are addressed and everything works perfectly. If you still experience intermittent WiFi drops, try updating your routers firmware - that fixed it for me.
It took me much longer than it should have to set up my new media box over HDMI. I've collected some good instructions from several other posts and forums in a single how-to to help any other newbies.
My media box is a Acer Revo 3700 with Nvidia ION chipset. There appears to be problems with primarily with audio over HDMI and system halting issues. HD video's also don't work by default in Youtube and BBC IPlayer. Fixes below.
Note: CTRL+SHIFT+c or v will copy and paste in terminal
1) Installing Ubuntu
I used 10.10 (Maverick). Installed from LiveCD. Wireless and ethernet worked out of the box for me.
2) Install Restricted Drivers
System > Administration > Additional Drivers
Activate the driver for NVidia and restart your machine. If the system h
HDMI for video only (audio out optical)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 26, 2013
Simple or headache? I'm using a VGA cable to my projector now on my HTPC, but would like to switch to HDMI to eliminate some shadowing in the picture. I have an older AV receiver and it is receiving audio via optical spdif. Everything works great now. Will I run into issues with the pc trying to send audio through the HDMI? Or will I be fine?
Distro: ubuntu 13.04
Media center: XBMC (current)
Audio card: Intel onboard audio
Video card: NVidia GT220 (VGA | HDMI | DVI ports)
Asking first before I buy the cable and run it through my walls.
Here is how NVidia HDMI Audio can be fixed in Ubuntu 12.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 27, 2012
I have installed 12.04 on my home machine which is connected to external Sony TV as additional monitor. It delivers video as expected, but not audio over HDMI. I have fixed it by unmuting S/PDIF 1.
Click here for tutorial
High pitched HDMI audio output in my Galago in Ubuntu 13.10
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 2, 2013
After reinstalling Ubuntu 13.10 in my Galago I am experiencing the following problem. I can see the HDMI Output and the video output works fine. The audio works as well, but the pitch is very high (making impossible to watch a film, for example, as every voice sounds as if they were smurfs or something xD).
Any ideas about this problem?
Thank you in advance
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