Re: Mic does not work with Zoom on Chromium 92.0.4515.159.
Date: Thu, 07 Oct 2021 15:07:52 UTC
On Thu, Oct 7, 2021 at 4:28 PM Dave Cottlehuber wrote: > (..) > funny, I find pulse audio infinitely frustrating. > (..) > your sndio tips help on my setup, now I can do audio confs in chromium, > with appropriate x11 screen sharing : > (..) > I do notice that lossless music (e.g. flac or similar) isn't sounding as crisp, though, compared to my mojo chord USB-DAC. But I can live with this for meetings. > > It would be nicer when this upstream firefox bug finally gets merged, and sharing a single monitor becomes possible: The worst part is most commercial web conferences forces users to use Chrome, while Chromium is only castrated version of that. Not all video conferencing work in Firefox. This is why I find JITSI Meet best solution, it is also Open-Source. I stoppped using Chrome/Chromium several years ago when each my request and search was sent to Google even before DNS request. In Firefox I have FULL list of my devices, I can switch microphone on the fly during the conference. I have PulseAudio backend and I can also switch the sound ouput on the fly. It was possible in Chromium not that long ago, probably thanks to PA backend. Now I have to play with terminal, environment variables, and restart browser between each change. How is that better? The purpose of web video conferencing is quick meeting with focus on the subject of the meeting. Each time some people even using windows have some sound and microphone problems. Its like computers and internets showed up 2 weeks ago. Unbelievable. Also I noticed recent change between oss/sndio and PulseAudio - one card is 3 in pa while 4 in oss/sndio. That brings even more confusion. So my configuration created for sndio on meeting last month is now obsolete. This will touch you too one day. So many choices. What a wonderful world. -- CeDeROM, SQ7MHZ, http://www.tomek.cedro.info