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Date:      Fri, 02 Mar 2012 22:26:54 +1000
From:      Da Rock <freebsd-questions@herveybayaustralia.com.au>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: USB Logitech QuickCam Ultra Vision
Message-ID:  <4F50BC8E.207@herveybayaustralia.com.au>
In-Reply-To: <4F50BA9F.3040502@myfairpoint.net>
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On 03/02/12 22:18, sean wrote:
> On 03/01/12 19:26, Da Rock wrote:
>> Which mixer? Check `ls /dev/mixer*`, and use `mixer -f 
>> /dev/mixer<whatever numbers show up in previous cmd`.
>
> I did not realize there was more than one mixer.
> Anyway, here are my results to the commands above.
> tardis# ls /dev/mixer*
> /dev/mixer0     /dev/mixer1
> tardis# mixer
> Mixer vol      is currently set to  91:91
> Mixer pcm      is currently set to  97:97
> Mixer line     is currently set to  75:75
> Mixer mic      is currently set to  97:97
> Mixer cd       is currently set to  91:91
> Mixer rec      is currently set to 100:100
> Mixer igain    is currently set to   0:0
> Mixer ogain    is currently set to  50:50
> Mixer line1    is currently set to  75:75
> Mixer phin     is currently set to   0:0
> Mixer phout    is currently set to   0:0
> Recording source: mic
> tardis# mixer1
> mixer1: Command not found.
> tardis# mixer -f /dev/mixer
> Mixer vol      is currently set to  91:91
> Mixer pcm      is currently set to  97:97
> Mixer line     is currently set to  75:75
> Mixer mic      is currently set to  97:97
> Mixer cd       is currently set to  91:91
> Mixer rec      is currently set to 100:100
> Mixer igain    is currently set to   0:0
> Mixer ogain    is currently set to  50:50
> Mixer line1    is currently set to  75:75
> Mixer phin     is currently set to   0:0
> Mixer phout    is currently set to   0:0
> Recording source: mic
Somehow I think you've misunderstood what I said. Just post the output 
of `mixer -f /dev/mixer1`. I think you will find your answer there.

The default mixer (/dev/mixer0) is your soundcard, and this will be the 
basis of `mixer` and `mixer -f /dev/mixer`; the other will probably be 
the webcam audio ports- to verify this, it will only show recording 
tunables.

You can adjust the levels similarly, and you should be able to get a 
result from that.



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