Subject: Re: [ecasound] delays using real-time w/redhat 7
From: Jeremy Hall (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jan 18 2001 - 13:22:55 EET
oh yes, I didn't even attempt it with the original driver, but even with
the alsa 0.6.x driver of whatever CVS was current around Christmas time, I
got insane results with audiopci, but the sblive produced semiok data,
still a delay appears but it isn't noticed much until you get 8 or more
chains going at once.
The metronome, however, would die if more than THREE (3) chains were going
at once, but at the time I didn't feel like fighting with it.
In the new year, Robert Jonsson wrote:
> Robert Jonsson wrote:
> Greg Hamerly wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm having a problem with significant delays in ecasound audio
> > I used it over the summer with redhat 6.2 and a self-compiled kernel and
> > got good results. Now I have upgraded to redhat 7 with stock kernel
> > (2.2.16), and running the command:
> > > ecasound -r -b:16 -a:1 -i:/dev/dsp -o:/dev/dsp
> > as root introduces a half-second delay between talking into the
> > and hearing it come out.
> > Every now and then (no rhyme or reason) the real-time audio kicks in and
> > it works fine. But it is the exception, and I don't know why. Examining
> > debug output (-d:255) from ecasound turns up nothing unusual.
> > My setup is: redhat 7, pIII 500, 256 MB, soundblaster live value, stock
> > redhat sound driver (module emu10k1). Ecasound was installed from the
> > latest ecasound & ecasound-plugins RPMS (1.8.2r14-1).
> > Has anyone else experienced this problem? Please let me know. Thanks,
> I haven't done any extensive testing but I think this is related to the
> emu10k1 driver. I got similar result when I tried to run some realtime
> tests a few months ago.
> A few times I got realtime results, but not very good, audible but short
> delay. But most oftenly the darn thing gave about half a millisecond
> *::Argh, ofcourse I mean half a SECOND delay*....::
> Though my belief is that it's driver related, ecasound has probably
> something to do with it also. I tried the little realtime effect program
> ELE and the result is always instantaneous response.
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