please find here the requested link to the problem report:
I was not able to create the "Audio Glitches" log, my Feedback App does
not provide such an option.
* What is the best way to report this issue to the Microsoft driver
Use the Feedback Hub.
Submit a new “problem” report under Hardware, Devices, and Drivers |
Audio and sound
Include “Audio Glitches” logs of a repro
Once filed, use the “Share” widget to grab a direct link to the
Send me the link
<wdmaudiodev-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> on behalf of Franz Detro
*Sent:* Monday, September 18, 2017 12:27:47 AM
*Subject:* [wdmaudiodev] Where to report issues with the Windows 10
UAC2 audio driver?
I am investigating compatibility of our USB Audio Class 2 devices with
the latest Windows 10 UAC2 driver v10.0.15063.502.
With most of our devices I see very weird behavior of the driver on
the USB: there is an endless sequence of the following requests
* Set Samplerate
* Set Alternate Setting 1 (enable audio streaming)
* Set Alternate Setting 0 (disable audio streaming)
What is the best way to report this issue to the Microsoft driver
Additionally, the driver does bundle all channels of a device into
only one WASAPI device. Therefore, a user cannot select e.g. the
headphone output as his standard audio device. Is there some
documentation available on how the UAC2 driver derives the WASAPI
architecture from the devices USB descriptor?
It seems that there is still very little documentation for this new
UAC2 driver on MSDN, every hint is very welcome!
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