can't play audio

Mark Swindell mdswindell at cruzio.com
Fri Oct 27 00:44:00 EDT 2006


If this is an issue end-users are going to have with standalones, is  
there any way to check this situation and give feedback from within  
the standalone so that a user will know  how and where to change the  
settings back?  It's one thing for a developer to have to figure this  
out, but an end user will be stuck forever with a broken app.
Thanks,
Mark

On Oct 26, 2006, at 8:10 PM, J. Landman Gay wrote:

> Claire Bradin Siskin wrote:
>> I can no longer play audio with Rev 2.74 or 2.61 on my MacBook  
>> Pro. My operating system is 10.4.8.  All other applications on my  
>> computer are playing audio correctly.
>> So far, we have tried re-installing Rev 2.74, discarding  
>> preferences, repairing permissions, and  clearing caches.
>> Any suggestions for restoring the audio play function would be  
>> much appreciated.
>> Regards, Claire
>
> The fix is probably the same one Luis posted recently for someone  
> else's audio problem. Do this:
>
> 1.open Audio MIDI setup (Applications/Utilities/Audio MIDI  
> Setup.app) and check the Audio settings.
> 2. Change the Audio Output setting to 44100.0Hz
> 3. Quit Audio MIDI Setup.
>
> Some applications reset the sound level to a very high Hz that many  
> other apps can't handle.  Those applications that can use these  
> unnaturally high levels continue to work, but others don't.
>
> Whether or not you use MIDI doesn't matter. The Audio MIDI Setup  
> app is just a way to control the system audio settings. Every time  
> I use Audacity I have to reset the audio levels again before Rev  
> will play sounds.
>
> -- 
> Jacqueline Landman Gay         |     jacque at hyperactivesw.com
> HyperActive Software           |     http://www.hyperactivesw.com
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