PulseAudio Preferences

Description

PulseAudio Preferences in short paprefs, is a simple GTK based configuration dialog for the PulseAudio sound server Please note that this program can only configure local servers, and requires that a special module module-gconf is loaded in the sound server. (Since PulseAudio 0.9.5 this modules is loaded by default.).

Pulseaudio - Gtk - Preferences - Sound - Simple - Dialog - Based - Audio - Multimedia

Published By:Lennart Poettering

License Type:Freeware

Date Added:25 October, 2010

Version:0.9.5

Price:Free

Downloads:10

Size:0

Platform: Linux

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