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Manual Reference Pages  -  CAM (1)

NAME

cam - CPU’S AUDIO MIXER for Linux

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Bugs
Author

SYNOPSIS

cam [-v x,y] [--volume x,y] [-b x,y] [--bass x,y] [-t x,y] [--treble x,y] [-s x,y] [--synth x,y] [-p x,y] [--pcm x,y] [-S x,y] [--speaker x,y] [-l x,y] [--line x,y] [-m x,y] [--mic x,y] [-c x,y] [--cd x,y] [-M x,y] [--mixer x,y] [-a x,y] [--altpcm x,y] [-r x,y] [--reclev x,y] [-i x,y] [--igain x,y] [-o x,y] [--ogain x,y] [-l1 x,y] [--line1 x,y] [-l2 x,y] [--line2 x,y] [-l3 x,y] [--line3 x,y] [-h] [-?] [--help] [-g] [-file filename]
xcam

DESCRIPTION

This is an audio mixer for Linux. You have the choice to use it with an interface or at the command line.

OPTIONS

When using the interface you can use the following keys :
LEFT ARROW
  decrease the volume of the current device.
RIGHT ARROW
  increase the volume of the current device.
UP ARROW
  go to previous device.
DOWN ARROW
  go to next device.
L locks or unlocks :
unlocked : you can control the left and right channel
separately.          

lock : left and right channel are controlled together.

S save the settings of ALL devices in a file ($HOME/.camrc)
G loads the saved settings and restores them.
H shows the help screen.
Q/ESC exits the program and returns to shell.
NOTE: you can use upper or lower case.

When using the command line options the interface is not shown.

The following options are available :
-v, --volume x,y
  Set ’volume’ to x (left) and y (right)
-b, --bass x,y
  Set ’bass’ to x (left) and y (right)
-t, --trebble x,y
  Set ’treble’ to x (left) and y (right)
-s, --synth x,y
  Set ’synth’ to x (left) and y (right)
-p, --pcm x,y
  Set ’pcm’ to x (left) and y (right)
-S, --speaker x,y
  Set ’speaker’ to x (left) and y (right)
-l, --line x,y
  Set ’line in’ to x (left) and y (right)
-m, --mic x,y
  Set ’microphone’ to x (left) and y (right)
-c, --cd x,y Set ’CD in’ to x (left) and y (right)
-I, --imix x,y
  Set ’mixer’ to x (left) and y (right)
-a, --altpcm x,y
  Set ’altpcm’ to x (left) and y (right)
-r, --reclev x,y
  Set ’record level’ to x (left) and y (right)
-i, --igain x,y
  Set ’input gain’ to x (left) and y (right)
-o, --ogain x,y
  Set ’output gain’ to x (left) and y (right)
-l1, --line1 x,y
  Set ’line 1’ to x (left) and y (right)
-l2, --line2 x,y
  Set ’line 2’ to x (left) and y (right)
-l3, --line3 x,y
  Set ’line 3’ to x (left) and y (right)
-g restore the saved values from $HOME/.camrc
-file filename
  restore the saved values from file ’filename’
-h, -?, --help
  displays help
NOTE: x and y are in range from 1 to 20. Higher or lower numbers are ignored.

BUGS

None known as yet. If you find one, please let me know.

AUTHOR

Jan ’TWP’ VANDENBERGHE <jvdbergh@uia.ua.ac.be>

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