README a bit updated

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Milan Zamazal 7 months ago
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@ -6,9 +6,10 @@ handle audio devices. It allows displaying PipeWire devices and
clients, changing volumes and muting and unmuting of PipeWire sinks
and sources and setting default sinks and sources.
It is an experimental initial version that may be quite buggy. It
works for me but may not work in other environments. Feel free to use
it, fix it, fork it. [[*Contact][Contact me]] if you want to discuss anything.
pipewire-0 currently relies on the output of the PipeWire command line
tools. It works for me but it may not work in other environments.
Feel free to use it, fix it, fork it. [[*Contact][Contact me]] if you want to
discuss anything.
* Usage
@ -48,6 +49,7 @@ Most of the interactive functions can be used anywhere:
- =pipewire-decrase-volume=
- =pipewire-set-volume=
- =pipewire-toggle-muted=
- =pipewire-toggle-microphone=
- =pipewire-set-default=
They can be bound to multimedia keys:
@ -84,11 +86,11 @@ display current volume level of the default audio sink:
* Notes
PipeWire is currently accessed using [[https://docs.pipewire.org/page_man_pw_cli_1.html][pw-cli]] command line utility. Its
output is apparently undocumented and changes between versions so this
is not a reliable way to communicate with PipeWire. But I dont know
about anything better currently. Nevertheless, its easy to replace
pw-cli with something else in [[file:pw-access.el][pw-access.el]].
PipeWire is currently accessed using [[https://docs.pipewire.org/page_man_pw_cli_1.html][pw-cli]] command line utility.
pw-cli output is apparently undocumented and changes between versions
so this is not a reliable way to communicate with PipeWire. But I
dont know about anything better currently. Nevertheless, its easy
to replace pw-cli with something else in [[file:pw-access.el][pw-access.el]].
** Why is it named pipewire-0?

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