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    Default PulseAudio 0.9.15 Brings Major Improvements

    Phoronix: PulseAudio 0.9.15 Brings Major Improvements

    While a test release has been around for a few months, last night PulseAudio 0.9.15 was officially released. This open-source sound server has a number of significant enhancements in this latest update...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=NzIwMg

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    Great article. Any news on the issues between skype and pulseaudio?

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    I'd wish they would implement a normalizer to the Gnome volume control, so regardless what I play, everything have the same volume.

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    Will this, by any chance, get into Jaunty? I have a bt headset I got specifically to use with my Inspiron 1420n and I'd prefer not to wait for Karmic... Is there a PPA people can use perhaps?

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    Hey,

    it doesn't seem to make it into Jaunty. See here:
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php...98&postcount=1

    But there is a link to a ppa of the one week old testing release just before the actual release. I will give it a try, some spdif support on PA would be very great.

    Manu

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    Quote Originally Posted by ethana2 View Post
    Will this, by any chance, get into Jaunty? I have a bt headset I got specifically to use with my Inspiron 1420n and I'd prefer not to wait for Karmic... Is there a PPA people can use perhaps?
    I don't think so, but it will be in Fedora 11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise View Post
    I'd wish they would implement a normalizer to the Gnome volume control, so regardless what I play, everything have the same volume.
    Are you certain that you're not really looking for something like replayGain? Normalisation/Compression causes audible artefacts.

    Frank

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    Is the BT support in Pulse itself or is it only for handling the BT support of ALSA?

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    :\ Unfortunately the pulseaudio site with release notes and information on the volume control is down.

    Glad to see these improvements, though. I know that last time I used Pulse, I saw that its user interface could have used a little touching up.

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    Anybody know if pulseaudio will be used in Kubuntu 9.04? If not, why? Because of phonon?

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