|29 Sep 2013||#1|
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Is it possible to move a program from one audio device to another?
I have 4 different sound devices that I actively switch between almost every day.
Just FYI they are:
1: Speakers - my default output that's going to my speakers (duh) or other analog devices.
2: USB wireless headset
3: USB audio interface - for music recording.
4: TV via HDMI
First of all, I found a fantastic script online that someone made which lets me me change the default sound device on-the-fly with KEYBOARD commands.
This is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO helpful!
It makes my life SO much easier.
I'll GLADLY link to where I got it if that's allowed.
But the thing is that if a program has already been launched and assigned to one audio device, it doesn't always change when I change to another audio device.
Most program's do follow when changing, but some don't.
If I want to move it to my newly selected device, then I have to close and restart the program that is being stubborn.
So I'm wondering if it's possible to move a program from one audio device to another?
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