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7th February 2005, 03:59
Select wich output line to use on intel new HDA boards,
and to be able to play 2 songs at the same time but on diferent channel outputs
(dvd on the livingroom, music on the bedroom)
7th February 2005, 04:35
see if you can change sound output by:
plugins > output
under "device" tab > use dropdown box.
And to play two different things, you would have to have multiple instances of winamp running.
Originally posted by DJ Egg
More info about multiple winamp installs here:
You could just copy your current winamp files to a new dir, eg.
It depends on what features you want.
You will need winamp.exe (winamp dir) and out_ds.dll, in_mp3.dll (plugins dir) for basic functionality. A descriptive list of all other default plugins/features can be found here (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?postid=1522843#post1522843).
I don't recommend that you copy any of the config files (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?threadid=158332) over (winamp.ini, studio.xnf, gen_ml.ini, etc). Just let the 2nd instance of Winamp 5.08 create them automatically.
make sure "allow multiple instances" is checkmarked in:
Winamp Prefs > General Preferences.
then just open the new 2nd instance/install and go to:
Prefs > Plugins > Output > DirectSound > config
and setup the Output Device accordingly.
More out_ds config settings here (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?postid=1212926#post1212926)
8th February 2005, 00:18
I only get the HD rear output cannot select any other otput
I checked with Intel.com and I guess it has to be programmed
so you can get all the options since windows by default doesnt recognize them.
8th February 2005, 02:56
I have the Giga-Byte 8I915 duo-pro (that uses Intel hi-def audio) and I can tell you I can do it. I had to install the c-media azilla codec. Then, in the control panel, under "CMI audio config," I had to select the checkbox for "Enable Multiple Streaming" under device settings. After a reset, it worked (in the bios I had front panel audio set to AC97, which also had to be set to HD Audio.) So, I guess it depends on your motherboard manufacturer.
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