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Searching for a solution to the audio issue finally provided a solution. There were two mplayer binaries on my system! /usr/local/bin/mplayer was the default. But when I tried /usr/bin/mplayer, everything worked. (Except DVBCut audio.) So, I got rid of /usr/local/bin/mplayer. sudo gzip /usr/local/bin/mplayer just in case I ever need it again.


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Capture mode: Video camera Video device: /dev/video0 (1st camera) Audio device: hw:0,0 (if you would like to record mic, otherwise leave blank) Click Play Menu View → Check Advanced Controls to record on the main control bar. Press Record the red dot button to start/stop recording. (Records are stored by default in your Videos folder)


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Follow these steps to completely reinstall mplayer along with configuration files. This should get rid of errors. Warning : This will also remove custom configuration settings you have added (if any)!! Completely remove mplayer sudo apt-get remove --purge mplayer Note that because of --purge option, your Global Configuration files in /etc/mplayer will ...



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