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15th December 2002, 06:22 PM
Hello, I am having a problem with getting the audio into RC FUSE. It does not seem that there is no menu function that edits set-up for audio input. I have written email to them to ask but got no reply. I am not sure what I am doing wrong. If anyone has answer for me, please let me know!!! I would appreciate it.
15th December 2002, 06:46 PM
make sure that your computer is actually seeing/hearing the audio input first..if its not registering on the computer, it won't work on any program..
15th December 2002, 06:49 PM
if you're asking tech question, be a bit more specific... are you using pc or mac, to start with!
15th December 2002, 07:08 PM
Thank you for your replies.
I am using an iBook with OS 9 and I simply want to use the internal CD player as my audio Input.
On the same machine with Onadime Composer, I can see the audio signal from a CD coming in and this audio signal can be used to manipulate the visual elements. So I assumed that the computer is seeing/hearing the audio of course and that the signal can be passed on to other program..... am I wrong...?
15th December 2002, 07:24 PM
urm i can't remember this off-hand, but if the correct input is selected either from the control strip or the sound control panel there should be no problems. i can't remember anything tricky about rc-fuse's audio-in.
try it with the internal mic, first - it definately works with that.
and just to be clear on a silly - you're not running the two programs simultaineosly are you?
15th December 2002, 07:31 PM
no no, I am only running one application at a time. And the right sound input is selected at the control panel.Okay, then I try with the internal mic. Thanks.
15th December 2002, 07:53 PM
With the Internal Mic, it works. I can see the sound level and it affects the visual. Oh what is wrong with the CD? Or if I want to use an external CD player or so then will I need to plug into the AV port with mini?
19th December 2002, 10:42 PM
Yeah, as Spark already told you, the exact problem you are facing is in your Apple sound control panel setup...
Just go to the Sound Control Panel and change the defaulted selected Mic input by CDin, Linein or whatever other options you have available according the input you want to RCfuse react.
20th December 2002, 01:56 AM
Yes, you want to use an external CD player playing in through your mini instead of an internal CD. This will free up some computer processor power which is good because FUSE is memory hungry.
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