[LAU] Getting Rhythmbox to Appear in qjackctl
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Wed May 20 22:07:35 CEST 2020
If you are fine with not using Rhythmbox, try Strawberry (a fork of
Clementine (inspired by Amarok )).
In the settings select "Backend". Set Engine to "GStreamer" and Output
to "Output to a JACK server". It will show up in the Graph of QJackctl
as it's own node and you can route it as you wish.
On 20.05.20 19:03, Samir Parikh wrote:
> Hi Everyone, I'm back!
> How do I get Rhythmbox (GNOME application similar to iTunes) to appear
> in qjackctl?
> To recap: I'm trying to take the output of music playing from Rhythmbox
> and combine that with my microphone (either onboard laptop or bluetooth
> headset) to pipe both into the Jitsi Meet videoconference service.
> Thanks again to everyone who has been helping me thus far. Based on the
> feedback I received, I'm going to try to solve my issue using JACK.
> Over the past few days, I have been doing more research, reading wiki
> pages and watching YouTube videos to become more familiar with JACK and
> the various tools. Thus far, I have:
> - installed qjackctl and its dependencies on Ubuntu 16.04
> - updated /etc/security/limits.conf with:
> @audio - rtprio 95
> @audio - memlock unlimited
> per these instructions
> - added my userid to the audio group
> - installed pulseaudio-module-jack
> - installed gstreamer1.0-plugins.bad
> - I have NOT installed the low latency kernel
> I can now start the JACK server without any XRUNS after changing my
> Output and Input devices to hw:PCH but I can't get Rhythmbox to appear
> under "Readable Clients/Output Port" in the Connections window in
> qjackctl. I'm struggling to figure out how to set these GStreamer
> values assuming that this is even the solution to my problem.
> Any pointers in the right direction would be appreciated.
>  https://jackaudio.org/faq/linux_rt_config.html
>  https://jackaudio.org/faq/gstreamer_via_jack.html
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