Subject: [ecasound] Please remove me from the e-mail list
From: boudris (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Mar 06 2000 - 04:31:17 EET
depends on the version of lame and whether it is able to keep up. Look at__________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Talk to your friends online with Yahoo! Messenger. http://im.yahoo.com
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
> Kimmo Koli Helsinki University of Technology
> email@example.com Electronic Circuit Design Laboratory
> http://www.ecdl.hut.fi/~kimmo P.O.Box 3000
> Tel: +358 9 451 2273 FIN-02015 HUT
> Fax: +358 9 451 2269 Finland
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