Re: Why does this ALSA config no longer work in Fedora 12

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Around about 05/03/10 09:34, n2xssvv.g02gfr12930 typed ...
> The following ALSA config enabled the recording of played sound
> It is no longer working, any ideas as to why?

   None at all, but I'd put money on pulse-audio.

   I found the following on the net a while ago (still using F10 then), and 
successfully used it to record a bit of radio I was listening to through 
firefox+flash -> pulse-audio.  It's slightly tweaked from the one I found, 
and I don't recall where I found it:

# pa-record
if [ -z "$OUT" ]; then
     echo "Usage: $0 output-file" >&2
     exit 1
rm -f "$OUT"

# Get sink monitor:
MONITOR=$(pactl list | grep -A1 '^\*\*\* Source #' | grep '^Name: 
.*\.monitor$' | cut -d" " -f2 | tail -n1)

# Record it raw, and convert to a wav or ogg
echo "Recording to $OUT ..."
echo "Close this window to stop"
if [ "$EXT" == "ogg" ];  then
     parec --format=s16le -d "$MONITOR" | oggenc --raw --quiet --quality=4 
-o "$OUT" -
     parec -d "$MONITOR" | sox -t raw -r 44k -sLb 16 -c 2 - "$OUT"

[[email protected] ~]# rm -f .signature
[[email protected] ~]# ls -l .signature
ls: .signature: No such file or directory
[[email protected] ~]# exit
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