Re: sound delays
i just read linuxtoday.com, and there was an article there in audio latency
and how to fix it. you may want to start there. i'd give you the details,
but i haven't read the article yet.
On Wed, 22 Nov 2000, Jaye Inabnit ke6sls wrote:
> I Wonder if someone can help me with an unusual problem. I have
> a sb32 (pnp pci) sound card, it works great. I simply loaded:
> <*> Creative Ensoniq AudioPCI 97 (ES1371)
> <*> Sound card support
> and compiled the 2.2.17 kernel.
> The problem is that there is a sizable delay on my audio. I can
> start xmms and get sound, but the graghic's are not in sync. in
> fact, I can click the stop button and still hear audio for up to 2
> seconds. setting buffers on xmms doesn't make a differences. I
> also use other programs for decoding sound off the air using high
> frequency radio and have had a hard time getting these programs to
> work well in a gui mode. I think it has to do with this wierd delay
> I'm seeing.
> So, is there a way I can learn where the delay stems from and get
> it to stop?
> I am using kde2 here now and keeping up with the daily updates using
> dselect/apt-get update/upgrade.
> tia, best regards
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- sound delays
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