When I livestream video using Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder 3.1, the video publishes correctly, but there is no audio broadcast. I suspect this has something to do with the Audio Device settings (called AudioInPutMixer Properties -- the wrench next to Audio > Device).
WHAT I HAVE:
-- Dell Latitude E6510; i5 CPU
-- Windows XP; service pack 3
-- Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder 3.1
-- Encoder cord running from camera to laptop with USB and mic line inputs
-- Device: IDT Audio (this is the only option)
-- 44100 Hz (but same result with 22050)
-- 96 Kbps (but same result with 48)
-- The audio preview in FMLE indicates there IS audio being input, but it is not broadcast.
-- When I click on the Audio > Device settings wrench, the Master Input Mix settings are untouchable. On the Pin Line Input Mix side, the Pin Line is set to "Rec. Playbook." When I try to adjust this to "Line In" the settings do not save. I click OK, but when I go back into the settings, it's back to "Rec. Playback."
Any ideas on either of these?
-- Why I'm not broadcasting audio?
-- Why I can't change the audio device settings?
-- Are these problems related?
I have two more issues:
-- When I launch the FMLE, the window it is in is very small, so I can't see the entire program. I have to manually widen and deepen the window to see everything, every time. This drives me crazy.
-- Any warning or detail window that pops up in FMLE is hiding the "OK" button. I have to blindly click around in empty space until I happen upon the place this button should be, at which point it appears for a blink before the window disappears.
"The audio preview in FMLE indicates there IS audio being input"
How do you know this?
are you "Saving to file"? how is the audio in the saved file?