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Old 10th January 2014, 05:06 PM
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Audio not working simultaneously in adobe flash-player and vlc

Hi,

I'm using Fedora 20 KDE on my Dell Inspiron N5010, and I'm having a weird problem with my audio device (HDA Intel MID, 92HD81B1X5 with ALSA PulseAudio).

The problem is that, when I'm watching a YouTube video in my browser (basically when the flash plugin is active), I'm not getting any sound from any other media player. For example VLC gives an error -
Audio output failed:
The audio device "sysdefaultARD=MID" could not be used:
Device or resource busy.


Only the sound from the browser is active.

Similarly, when I'm using a media player, I do not get any audio from YouTube.
However, I can run multiple instances of VLC, and I'm getting sound from all of them.

Please help.

Asmit
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