Faulting application path: C:\PS Remote Play\RemotePlay.exe. Faulting module path: unknown. Report ID: b8a878d1-07ac-4326-ab80-d1bbceba6d32. Faulting package full name: Faulting package-relative application ID: My windows 10 is Version 2004. This is not happening on my laptop currently on Version 1909.
However, when launching PS RemotePlay, all the game sound of FS22 is gone and there is no way to get it back. I already tried several things, like unplugging and plugging back in the speakers/headphones, changing the output device in Windows, using the output from a controller that's plugged in to my PC but all with no success. This is how I am able to get PS4 Remote Play Audio working in OBS. I didn't show the install of Soundflower but just follow the instructions for the install. switch-remote-play. Let the switch remotely play PC games (similar to steam link or remote play) This project is inspired by the github project In-Home-Switching and SkyNX. The goal is to make a convenient streamer/client application to be used to remote play PC games on the switch. Click on the slider, or move the slider to the right, you should hear a sound; Make sure the speaker icon is not muted (if muted, it will have an x next to the speaker icon) Rocket League Audio If you can hear sound on your device, just not in Rocket League, try changing the sound settings to default: In Rocket League select Settings; Select Audio. Tested doing a remote play stream to my phone - over the phone network - just to verify, and audio plays fine on there. So I have to assume that it is a Remote Play Together -specific issue. 👍 5 Newbytee, tisoap, Benjuspr, Waddlen, and JumperLuko reacted with thumbs up emoji All reactions. PS Remote Play App is set to 1080p. There's no 60FPS option for PS5 - but people said it was by default. I have no audio. I've checked my audio control panel and nothing shows up. It's not the controller speaker either, that's disabled. Video quality is much improved over the PS4 Pro; but the 30FPS cap really hurts it. Yeah, it was the "Host Sound" for me which fixed the issue. The thing which caught me off guard is, I never use "Play Together". I only stream from my Windows computer to my Linux computer. When audio stopped working, it really didn't know why. On the host, Windows computer, I needed to enable audio on host for "Remote Play". Yeah, it was the "Host Sound" for me which fixed the issue. The thing which caught me off guard is, I never use "Play Together". I only stream from my Windows computer to my Linux computer. When audio stopped working, it really didn't know why. On the host, Windows computer, I needed to enable audio on host for "Remote Play". DarkWarl0rd 5 years ago #3. Cha0sKnight posted... For some reason audio doesn't wanna come out when I use remote play. I have my DS4 hooked up via USB and nothing comes out when I plug in headphones into it. controller is jus that on pc. use your audio output on pc. I have a 6ft extension cable for that reason. Kogepan 5 years ago #4.
Method 4: Resetting the Display Settings. Start your PlayStation 4 in Safe Mode. Scroll to the second option and select “ Change Resolution ” and your PS4 will restart. Select a resolution your TV actually supports. You can start with a low resolution and work your way up. These fixes should get your audio and video working properly.