|o||ossplay -v test1.wav and it should show you that the file is indeed 48Khz 16bit stereo.|
|o||ossplay -v test2.wav - you should see that this file is indeed a 8Khz 8bit mono file.|
You can now extend this analogy to record the input in mp3 format and RealAudio format simultaneously.
The IMUX control panel can be displayed by typing ossxmix -d<imux mixer number> (for e.g. in the above example, IMUX mixer is #2 so we type ossxmix -d2
There are record level control sliders for each input channel and it will show activity when a recording program is active on a particular channel.
o imux_masterdev: Selects which physical device to use as the Master device for the IMUX driver. Values: -1: automatically selected by OSS, 1-N: Audio device index of the master device (as reported by ossinfo -a), Default: -1. o imux_rate: Specifies what is the base sampling rate used by the imux driver. Values: 5000-96000 Default: 48000 o imux_devices: Specifies number of Input Multiplexer devices to setup. Values: 2-48 Default: 5
/usr/local/lib/oss/conf/oss_imux.conf Device configuration file
|VMIXCTL (7)||05 April 2016|