Ive been trying to get Remote Mic audio to work on IC-7300, Using Windows on both sides.
I can receive audio and control everything ok remotely. Only thing is missing mic Audio.
Although i cannot get any audio device to show up with QTAudio on server side. No Icoms USB Codec , Nothing. When using Portaudio, i can select USB Audio codec from the list. So i cannot test with the recommended Qtaudio with windows.
Data mode won’t help. Wfview on the server side needs to see the audio device. If it can’t see the audio device, then nothing will work. Roeland suggested making sure the drivers were installed for this reason.
Once the usb audio device shows up as a possibility, then set the TX Audio Mod source to USB. wfview has a menu for that under Settings on the Radio Settings page. Yes, the data modes are often already set for USB audio. But you can set any mode to use USB audio.
Same exact problem I have been having as Patrick. I have had no success with TX audio. I have been playing around with no success. Also, on the RX audio I have to set the client to PORT audio, with QT setting no RX audio. Atleast, I can receive audio with PORT. Missing something fundamental. Any pointers…what ICOM drivers are we talking about?. Trying on an IC7300.
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Here is my reply to Aamir:
On the client, I see this error:
INF audio: Output No audio device was found.
This means the audio output device was not selected or somehow became invalid. You can fix this on the client by double-checking that under Settings on the Radio Access page, you have selected valid devices. You won’t hear a peep out of wfview until you have a valid audio output device. Check the log while you’re running on the client side for this message.
On the server, I see a lot of errors related to your network . It may be that there is a problem with your wifi. It has nothing to do with network speed and everything to do with how optimal your network is for streaming real-=time UDP data. This is the error message:
It’s normal to see one right when you start but it should not persist. I recommend you try using wired ethenet only at first, and once it works, introduce more variables with wifi. It’s just the best way to work out these problems one at a time.
The logs show version 1.50, however, we do have 1.53 available now for download in our weekly public builds. See our Downloads page.
I’ll also add that you can’t change audio devices with an active connection – you must disconnect first.
Also the note in the log about “libqt5multimedia” is not valid for windows and really isn’t accurate anyway. The error means you do not have a valid audio device selected or that no devices were found.
Logs are shorter and QT audio settings. I am kind of lost at this point and really hate tying up your time and resources if this is something specific to my setup and really not worthy of the larger community or audience. Thanks for your efforts.
No luck. Only way to RX audio is to select PortAudio, TX no audio. QT has no RX or TX audio. BTW using another windows 10 machine for client. I smell there is a driver issue. Although I have loaded the ICOM7300 driver, maybe it is not taking effect.