Seppo Ingalsuo schrieb:
On Sun, 2009-11-15 at 09:49 +0100, Luca Olivetti wrote:
Well, considering that I cannot find a way to get audio through hdmi
with my laptop and I couldn't get much help on the alsa-users mailing
list (as couldn't another folk with the same laptop 5 months ago), I am

I'm waiting for a 7.1ch PCM audio over HDMI capable PCI-E graphics card.
Currently Nvidia does great job with VDPAU video but SPDIF pass-trough
limited audio is a disappointment. There is working 7.1ch PCM audio in
Linux with AMD and Intel graphics but video acceleration is not usable.

You can use an .asoundrc to encode 7.1ch PCM to AC3 or DTS and use the SPDIF over HDMI as output device.

I am also not aware of any SPDIF cards, that can output PCM 5.1ch or 7.1ch audio without encoding audio to AC3 or DTS manually....

Regards, Artem

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