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kamix

   0.6.6  

KDE Sound Application

Score 83%
kamix
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  9343
Submitted:  Feb 10 2004
Updated:  Apr 19 2007

Description:

A KDE mixer application for KDE 3 and ALSA, that was born to provide some support for what official kmix lacked.

I've been asked if kamix is still worth development... I just don't know!!!

This 0.6.6 will be the last release of kamix. Since now, I'll start a new project named kalsamix, which will be a copy of kamix, to avoid name clash with SuSE's kamix and kamix linux distro. Stay tuned on kalsamix




Changelog:

Changes since 0.6.5:
* Fixed a bad check for item enums, that could lead kamix to crash at startup
* Correctly show dB values both on item and on OSD
* Support enumerated values on each channel
* In DCOP interface, accept a increment/decrement value
* Better tray icon update
* Added presets to systray menu
* Better channel detection
* Removed Debian subdir

NOTE: precompiled binaries have VU-meter built in, thus aRts is required (and launched). If you don't want so, please recompile from sources configuring with --disable-vumeter




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 Is it relevant ?

 
 by sarath on: Feb 10 2004
 
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Well initially kmix did not have alsa support. But now, with alsa support within kmix, is this project relevant. I had tried kamix earlier, but kmix has quite too many features - like configurable shortcuts for each slider.
I guess its time both the projects merged together


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 Re: Is it relevant ?

 
 by steunix on: Feb 10 2004
 
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It is relevant to me as long as official kmix lacks support for things that could prevent audio board from working on some non-basical function (splitting channels, or combo-based selections). Then your're right, there should be only one mixer, it's an app that normally doesn't need "alternatives"... (My initial work was only done to solve a problem of mine, then I "shared" it when I saw it worked :) )


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 Re: Re: Is it relevant ?

 
 by cyb on: Feb 13 2004
 
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But I am sure that kmix developers would be very happy to include your improvments.


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 Re: Is it relevant?

 
 by wijnhout on: Apr 29 2004
 
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So perhaps it is time to join forces?

Just a thought.

best,
Jeroen


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 Re: Re: Is it relevant ?

 
 by sarahb523 on: May 6 2004
 
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kmix (kde3.2) support channel splitting. kmix has alsa support and it has switches. Also it supports multiple mixer-devices. What you need more?

Some things could be better solved (eg. channel selection) but it's ok for now.
A VU Meter for recording/playing would be a nice but not really neccessary feature.

I think kamix could loose it's relevants now or in some later kde versions.


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 Rule of diversity

 
 by luguber123 on: Feb 11 2004
 
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"the basics of Unix philosophy

Distrust all claims for ``one true way''.


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 screenshots

 
 by shm on: Feb 11 2004
 
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would be nice


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 Re: screenshots

 
 by steunix on: Feb 12 2004
 
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Here you are :)


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 errors

 
 by princessangry on: Feb 13 2004
 
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from kamix.h:19,
from main.cpp:5:
kmixeritem.h:20:28: alsa/asoundlib.h: No such file or directory
In file included from kmixeritem.h:28,
from kmixerslider.h:29,
from kamix.h:19,
from main.cpp:5:
kmixer.h:19:28: alsa/asoundlib.h: No such file or directory
In file included from kmixer.h:24,
from kmixeritem.h:28,
from kmixerslider.h:29,
from kamix.h:19,
from main.cpp:5:
alsacb.h:13:28: alsa/asoundlib.h: No such file or directory
In file included from kmixer.h:24,
from kmixeritem.h:28,
from kmixerslider.h:29,
from kamix.h:19,
from main.cpp:5:
alsacb.h:17: `snd_mixer_t' was not declared in this scope
alsacb.h:17: `mx' was not declared in this scope
alsacb.h:17: parse error before `int'
alsacb.h:19: `snd_mixer_elem_t' was not declared in this scope
alsacb.h:19: `el' was not declared in this scope
alsacb.h:19: parse error before `int'
In file included from kmixeritem.h:28,
from kmixerslider.h:29,
from kamix.h:19,
from main.cpp:5:
kmixer.h:44: syntax error before `*' token
kmixer.h:49: type specifier omitted for parameter `snd_mixer_elem_t'
kmixer.h:49: parse error before `*' token
In file included from kmixerslider.h:29,
from kamix.h:19,
from main.cpp:5:
kmixeritem.h:47: parse error before `*' token
kmixeritem.h:51: syntax error before `*' token
make[2]: *** [main.o] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/princessangry/Desktop/Stuff/kamix/src'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/princessangry/Desktop/Stuff/kamix'
make: *** [all] Error 2


this is what I get when doign the "make"


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 Re: errors

 
 by steunix on: Feb 13 2004
 
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It seems you don't have alsa development package (headers, specifically): try installing them...


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 Re: Re: errors

 
 by human on: Mar 21 2004
 
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I am a new user ,I don't know where I can get the alsa development tools,I want to download and install it.Thank you!


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 unf...

 
 by PboY on: Apr 29 2004
 
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kamix: simple.c:1467: snd_mixer_selem_get_playback_volume: Asserzione `elem->type == SND_MIXER_ELEM_SIMPLE' fallita.
KCrash: Application 'kamix' crashing...

i've build the source... but when i start kamix and click to enable/disable volume it crash ... and ... with my sound blaster live 5.1 when kamix start i see too much volume id .. like 200 ... think that it's not good ;\

sorry for my bad english


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 relevant

 
 by MamiyaOtaru on: Jun 18 2004
 
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"I've been asked if kamix is still worth development... I just don't know!!!"

I would say it is relevant. I use it instead of kmix for a few reasons, On my soundblaster live, the slider that controls volume for the livedrive mounted headphones or spdif out is "wave." In kmix, that slider is under the "input" tab. Small thing, but it annoys me. Also I hate the way kmis crashes when I press the window decoration close button ;) (yeah that's only a reason until they fix it heh)

If I could make a request: I would love to be able to choose which slider comes up when I middle click the systray icon (and which is controlled with the master up and master down keys). Like I said, "wave" controls my volume when using the livedrive while "master" does nothing. Being able to choose the slider would be one more feature this has over kmix.


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 Re: relevant

 
 by steunix on: Jun 18 2004
 
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These differences come out since kamix is based directly on ALSA, while kmix uses aRts as abstraction layer. Using ALSA directly can provide more accurate details about controls and abilities.

About choosing the short view control, I think this is a very good idea, will be done.

So it may be worth... al least for some time:)


Stefano
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