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Hi,

Is it possible to have an bluetooth A2DP (audio stream) sink to be routed to FMOD as an input stream? As you can have line in as input stream?

Thanks in advance,
Sebastian

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Original response, incorrectly assuming Android…

Unfortunately I don’t have a good answer for you, it may be possible
but generally we avoid Bluetooth on Android due to latency issues.

Currently we simply open the input stream exposed to OpenSLES, if
there is a way through NDK / Java to make the Bluetooth the default
input then it should “just work” however I am not aware of such a
method.

For Linux we have two available sound card interfaces, ALSA and PulseAudio. Assuming PulseAudio a quick Google reveals you probably need to install the PulseAudio Bluetooth module. Once that’s running FMOD should discover it along with all the other PulseAudio devices.

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I do not want to use Bluetooth with Android but with the raspberry pi. So I have access to most tools, every linux system has. I want to use FMOD as my primary audio library but the ability to get the bluetooth stream is a must have for me.

  • Mathew Block

    Apologies, I saw Bluetooth and assumed Android. I’ll correct my above answer.

  • Sebastian Bischlager

    Thank you very much. I will try that

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