[wdmaudiodev] Re: [Fwd: Dynamic topology and MediaPlayer]

  • From: "Nikolay V. Pyatkov" <npyatkov@xxxxxxx>
  • To: wdmaudiodev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2006 08:54:51 -0500

Yes, that could do the trick. The problem is I can not introduce any user 
space software (application), and I have no control over other drivers, say 
Sound Blaster.


On Friday February 10 2006 04:55 am, Antonio Gómez Muriana wrote:
>  Take every playing audio device away and then take them back in the order
> you want to be used. I believe that this could work.
>  ---------
> Hi,
> I work with a driver which installs and removes its wave subdevice
> dynamically, depends on the headset connected. Our device is the default
> audio device in the system.
> When I start MediaPlayer with our headset connected, the audio goes to our
> device (default). When I disconnect the headset, the wave subdevice goes
> away, MediaPlayer stops for a while, realizes the device is gone, switches
> to next available audio device and continues to play from the place it
> stopped. When our device comes back nothing is happening. MediaPlayer just
> does not care.
> The question - how do I tell MediaPlayer to stop playing and check for the
> current default device?
> Any information would be appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Nikolay

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