[Linux] HDMI Audio from ATI HD5450 - Printable Version
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HDMI Audio from ATI HD5450 - WooDooUK - 2012-05-09 20:10
Maybe you guys could help? I have a fresh install of XBMC Eden on my Acer Veriton with a new ATI HD5450 Graphics card (I know ATI linux drivers suck, but its worth a try)
I am currently unable to get any audio over hdmi. all other audio devices are disabled in the bios.
I get no audio eith in XBMCbuntu or XBMC. I suspect some thing is up with the drivers.
If i run Alsamixer it Picks up the "HD-Audio Generic" card with a "ATI R6xx HMDI" chip but all i am presented with is a single item that reads <S/PDIF>.
I suspect there is supposed to be more than this.
aplay -L give me the following:
and aplay -l gives:
And lspci | grep -i audio:
I am not even sure if it is supposed to be listed as a Generic HD Audio device
RE: HDMI Audio from ATI HD5450 - FernetMenta - 2012-05-09 20:45
The output looks similar to my ATI system. My asound.conf:
XBMC audio device:
passthrough custom: hdmi:Generic