Subject: [ecasound] wierd amplitude behavior
From: Jeremy Hall (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Mar 09 2001 - 03:40:29 EET
As you may know, I multicast audio and use ecasound for it.
so I have
ecasound -i /tmp/in-peppy.raw -o /tmp/out-peppy.raw -c
these are fifos - another program feeds them the audio.
If I run
mrec 184.108.40.206/24119|ecasound -i stdin -o null -ev
that is the raw /dev/dsp group and produces that you could amplify with
1.97nnnn or like 197%
mrec 220.127.116.11/24431|ecasound -i stdin -o null -ev
produces the statement that says the amplitude is running at 1.000000 or
is properly set.
adding -ea:100 then -kl1:1,100,197,15 (because it is live) brings the
level up properly and it does not clip. As a test, I pulled it up from
197 to 200 in the middle of a stop set to see if it would clip and it did,
so I took it back down to 197.
I don't know if this makes sense at all, so if it does not please drop me
a note and I'll try and clarify. It is with current CVS as of a couple
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