Subject: Re: [ecasound] Timer controlled recording
From: Jeremy Hall (jhall@UU.NET )
Date: Thu Mar 02 2000 - 21:02:48 EET
depends on the version of lame and whether it is able to keep up. Look at
top and see how much idle cpu you have. If lame is using over 90%, you
have nothing left, and if you don't have the mingo patches installed, you
should not do any disk i/o at all. If your update runs during one of
these recording sessions, you'll have drop-outs.
_J btw what version of lame are you using?
In the new year, Kimmo Koli wrote:
> On Wed, 1 Mar 2000, Jeremy Hall wrote:
> > and if you have a fast enough cpu, you can use lame to real-time encode
> > the data. That does marvelous things to reduce the amount of disk space
> > needed.
> Yes, I've tried it already. Now I can listen to my favourite radio
> programs when I have time to do it. Wish I had a less noisy computer,
> Anyway, I'm just wondering how much overhead I have left when I'm
> recording and encoding 44.1kHz stereo on the fly on a K6/2 running at
> 350MHz. XLoad seems to be fixed to one but that may not mean that I'm
> using all computing resources yet. Load may be high for just for
> "active" waiting.
> Best regards, Kimmo
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