[FFmpeg-user] In case of future deprecation, a backup of audio routing script shared for public servicing.
soundyuanofficial at gmail.com
Tue Feb 12 06:26:55 EET 2019
Thanks for the suggestion. Forgot to tell that Line 1 is the real output
whereas Line 2 is a silenced source for nullifying front channels. I use
two cables separately for rear and front jacks, with earphones attached to
front one's extension and stereos to the rear's; Would try the quad
configuration when home after-hours.
On Tue, Feb 12, 2019, 11:36 AM Ted Park <kumowoon1025 at gmail.com wrote:
> > On Feb 11, 2019, at 6:42 PM, Sound Yuan <soundyuanofficial at gmail.com>
> > ffmpeg -f dshow -rtbufsize 4 -i audio="Line 1 (Virtual Audio Cable)" -f
> dshow -rtbufsize 4 -i audio="Line 2 (Virtual Audio Cable)" -f dshow
> -rtbufsize 4 -i audio="Line 2 (Virtual Audio Cable)" -filter_complex
> "[0:a][1:a][2:a]amerge=inputs=3[a]" -map "[a]" -ar 48000 -vn -f wav - |
> ffmpeg -i - -filter_complex
> -vn -f wav -vol 1024 - | "C:\vlc-3.0.6\vlc.exe" - --prefetch-buffer-size=400
> Since you don’t intend to up mix 2 channels to 5.1, I think you could just
> use amerge to mix the two inputs to one quad stream. This mapping seems
> like it would result in a very strange channel arrangement, I wonder if you
> have not noticed any distortion?
> Also, I am not familiar with directshow, what does rtbufsize 4 mean in
> this context? If it’s 4 bytes, that seems small. Checking that option and
> not reading the same input twice might improve performance.
> ffmpeg -f dshow -i audio=“Line 1 (Virtual Audio Cable)” -f dshow -i
> audio=“Line 2 (Virtual Audio Cable)” -lavfi
> “join=inputs=2:channel_layout=quad” ...
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