By Richard Oberwinkler 1214856
#519076 Hi,

If I may, I'd like to suggest a quick possibility to switch sound output devices (from Headphones to Speaker).

It would be nice if there where a possibility (button) to toggle sound output device, because I don't really fly my long range flights with my headset on all the time but when I talk to ATC I would like to put them on and quickly be able to switch the output device to the Headset.

So if possible, I would like to request this feature for an update.

kind regards
Richard Oberwinkler aka liketofly
By Clarke Kruger 847916
#519079 I just have a split connector, one to my headset, one to my speakers. When I'm on log hauls I just turn the speakers on.
By Ryan Savara 1369362
#519085 VoiceMeeter is a great application that can do this. It replaces the default Windows sound engine with one that is more flexible. You can send your vpilot audio to it, then route it to different output devices attached to your computer.

It can also be used for streaming. I have the payware version, which adds a couple other features, but overall can be used the same. All my simulator audio, as well as vpilot, go through VoiceMeeter and to my headset, as well as a virtual device that OBS can capture. I can stream and have TeamSpeak, YouTube, and whatever else go only to my headset, while the OBS only gets what I want it to.
By Richard Oberwinkler 1214856
#519108
Ryan Savara 1369362 wrote:VoiceMeeter is a great application that can do this. It replaces the default Windows sound engine with one that is more flexible. You can send your vpilot audio to it, then route it to different output devices attached to your computer.

It can also be used for streaming. I have the payware version, which adds a couple other features, but overall can be used the same. All my simulator audio, as well as vpilot, go through VoiceMeeter and to my headset, as well as a virtual device that OBS can capture. I can stream and have TeamSpeak, YouTube, and whatever else go only to my headset, while the OBS only gets what I want it to.


Thanks for that tip, got to try it next time... :D

regards
Richard