[alsa-devel] sbxfi - What works/doesn't summary

Jason Harvey softdevice at jasonline.co.uk
Wed Oct 29 16:55:46 CET 2008

The Source wrote:
> The Source пишет:
>> Jason Harvey пишет:
>>> Takashi Iwai wrote:
>>>>> Sorry that was a bit ambiguous, I'd never tried 96kHz.
>>>>> Have just changed base_rate to 96kHz and it performs identically to 
>>>>> 48kHz.
>>>>> Pulse mangles the sound in just the same manner at 48kHz or 96kHz.
>>>> Ah, so you meant mplayer/flash with PA backend?
>>> Yes.
>>> I also tried mplayer using -ao=alsa or -ao=oss and the sound is still 
>>> corrupted, even after killing the pulse daemon.
>>> If I get the chance I will put the card into a 32bit machine tomorrow 
>>> and see how it sounds there.
>>> Thanks, Jason
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>> Ok, looks like with the latest snapshot (28.10.2008 15:19:00) 
>> pulseaudio works fine. But wine not. The bad thing is I can't get 
>> hw_params somehow. When pulseaudio is started hw_params always say 
>> 'closed' even if sound is played at this moment. I'll try to remove 
>> pulseaudio and test wine again.
> Well, I wasn't lucky. Even without pulseaudio hw_params are 'closed' 
> nomatter what.

With the latest unstable I grabbed this afternoon everything is sounding
pretty good right now!

pulseaudio is now working.

[jason at quad alsa-kernel]$ cat HEAD
2f280189c7779e0efbeead8eb03b179d141dd196 Merge commit 'stable/master'

I can get hw_params when there is something playing.

cat /proc/asound/card0/pcm0p/sub0/hw_params

format: S16_LE
subformat: STD
channels: 2
rate: 96000 (96000/1)
period_size: 2048
buffer_size: 16384

Can't get mplayer to play at the same time as flash in firefox but I
don't really know if I've ever managed to do that under pulse...

Thank you again Takashi,


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