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TheAcer Aspire One (aka AspirOne) is, as has already been discussed, a high-performance netbook, supports the installation of GNU/Linux, which makes it much more powerful than it does Windows.

Skype also exists for GNU / Linux, and because the AspirOne integrates a microphone and a webcam would be interesting to see some settings for the adjustment of Skype sull'AspirOne. We begin to see how to optimally adjust the microphone volume by Skype.

Skype and built-in microphone:

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In the tab "Recording"To begin the levels of the left and right channel (I do not know why) must be different. For both "Capture”, for both "Digital"Does not require a substantial difference, just that one is a little higher than the other (as in figure).

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In the tab "Reproduction"Everything set to the maximum (or with a very high volume), except for "Front Mic Boost"That is to minimum.

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In the tab "Source”, if we want to talk to the built-in microphone leave "Mic”, to speak with a microphone connected to the mini jack change in "Front Mic”.

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In Skype is important do not adjust the mixer panel. As in figure we remove the tick from "allow Skype to adjust the mixer settings”.

Acer Aspire One e la webcam:

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Skype does not need to be adjusted because the webcam functions, I suggest the program "v4l2ucp"To set brightness, contrast, saturation and color. To test the webcam suggest Cheese, package included in all major distributions.

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