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by Justin Ellingwood
Or is there a simple way of configuring/troubleshooting sound setup on a cloud server?
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I don't believe you can since the servers themselves don't really have any audio chipset on the motherboard.
Why would you need it?
I've wondered the same thing. For me, my use-case is not testing, but recording screen-casts. I enjoy watching e-gaming tournaments but:
I already do this at home, but due to the connection, I have to select one of the lowest qualities. I was wondering if this were possible via a cloud VM like a DO droplet. Even if I have to pay for the bandwidth...