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SubjectRe: real-time threaded IO with low latency (audio)
On Fri, 23 Jul 1999, Ingo Molnar wrote:

> the whole 'why sound skips' problem i think lacks one major necessery
> component: information. Nobody really ever analyzed what the problem
> really is/was. I do have a awe64 soundcard (which i almost never use), if
> you (or anyone else) could point to a method to make sound-playback
> produce bad quality, i'd be happy to analyze the problem. Is running
> mpg123 enough to see the problem? What should i do to make sound skip?

I've tried to do this again and discovered that it's much harder to do
then it used to be.

Start mpg123 with no buffer parameter.
Then start a kernel compile.

Mpg123 will skip as the disk usage gets heavy.

Somewhere between 2.2.8 and 2.3.4 something drastically reduced the sound
dropouts on my system. I used to be able to make the sound skip even with
"mpg123 -b 1024" but that is no longer the case.

Gerhard





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