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Re: Good music player suggestion

Le samedi 12 mai 2012 14:09:19, Andrej Kacian a écrit :
> Hello,
> On Fri, 11 May 2012 12:45:26 +0200
> Mirosław Zalewski <miniopl@poczta.onet.pl> wrote:
> >Could you be more specific about the issue? Maybe it could be solved somehow.
> >
> Whenever MPD is playing, other audio sources freeze moments after starting, or
> error out - for example mplayer starts the video, but freezes up. Seeking
> works, but the picture always freezes again after a frame or two. As soon as I
> stop MPD playback, the video starts playing normally, with sound. The other
> way around - when mplayer is playing a video, MPD errors out with "error
> opening audio device".
> This happens with MPD and any other audio source (I've tried mplayer, various
> music players, system notification sounds, pidgin notification sounds and few
> more). All the mentioned sources work together just fine, MPD is the only one
> that doesn't play with others.
> I've tried both "alsa" and "pulse" audio output in MPD, with same result. MPD
> does support pulseaudio output (mpd --version).
> I guess this should belong to a bugreport for MPD, but since you asked... :)
> >I am using Cantata, KDE client for MPD. It has ability to play files outside 
> >MPD database and "streams", but I have never used either, so I can't tell how 
> >they are working.
> I'm mostly using mpc to control playback (via various keyboard shortcuts in
> KDE), and ncmpcpp (ncurses client) to adjust playlist.


To have sound in all application at the same time (amarok, smplayer, iceweasel, mumble)
# aptitude --purge remove pulseaudio
So, applications use alsa instead of pulseaudio :/

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