HLDJ doesn't play anything (all troubleshooting tested)

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HLDJ doesn't play anything (all troubleshooting tested)

Postby ALegendsTale » Sun Dec 02, 2012 5:00 pm

1) Does HLDJ launch the game correctly for you?
Yes
2) Does "HLDJ Loaded Successfully" appear in console on starting the game (with no errors)?
Yes
3) What is the console output after selecting a song, or issuing other HLDJ commands such as "hldj_next"?
5
Host_WriteConfiguration: Wrote cfg/hldj_cmd_h.cfg
Loaded : 02_Lost_Woods_ ( Dubstep_Remix )

4) Create your own local server and set the appropriate sv_ commands (see above), then:
Created and issued the commands.
4-a) Load one of the sample audio files and perform a search of your Steam directory (without stopping HLDJ) for the file "voice_input.wav" - does it show up, and if so, where?
It shows up here: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\icy117\team fortress 2
4-b) If it exists, open it in an audio player: does it sound like the audio file you loaded?
Yes
If it exists, return to the game, and enter the following into console:
CODE: SELECT ALL
voice_inputfromfile 1; voice_loopback 1; voice_forcemicrecord 0; voice_modenable 1; voice_enable 1; +voicerecord
Does the audio file start to play?
No it plays the audio what ever my current recording device is set at. Ex. If it is set as mic it plays what is the mic is recording. If it is set as stereo mix it plays the in game volume and if everything is disabled nothing is played.
5) Does voice normally work for you? If not, or you do not have a microphone, have you remembered to set up any applicable options in your operating system and/or the game? **
Voice normally works for me.

How can I fix this?
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Re: HLDJ doesn't play anything (all troubleshooting tested)

Postby Renegade » Tue Dec 04, 2012 11:56 pm

make sure you're testing with the sample audio and that the necessary sv_ variables stay set the entire time.
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