Subject: Re: [ecasound] -t: at 48000
From: Jeremy Hall (jhall_AT_maoz.com)
Date: Mon May 19 2003 - 23:26:06 EEST
well I've seen something like this in the past. How can we procede?
also the loop thingie seems a bit wierd too:
ecasound -a:1 -f:f32_le,1,48000 -i Audio_3-1.wav -a:2 -f:f32_le,1,48000 -i
Audio_4-1.wav -a:1,2 -f:f32_le,2,48000 -o loop,1 -a:3 -f:f32_le,2,48000 -i
loop,1 -o jack_alsa,out -a:4 -f:f32_le,2,48000 -i loop,1 -f:s16_le,2,48000
-o file.raw -a:2 -erc:1,2 -epp:100
it says that 2 is an invalid chain.
In the new year, Kai Vehmanen wrote:
> On Tue, 13 May 2003, Jeremy Hall wrote:
> > my aio-objects were at 48 instead of 44.1. ecasound stopped short and I'm
> > wondering if it is because it didn't use the right rate when computing
> > frames_per_second for the -t parameter.
> The samplerate shouldn't have any effect to how -t:x works, so either it's
> a bug or ...
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