[ecasound] Relationship of Ecasound -b to jackd -n and -p settings

From: Joel Roth <joelz@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Thu Dec 19 2013 - 01:12:47 EET

With the default, -n 2, latency is 2 times the period size in
samples set by -p.

For -p 64, the jack client process callbacks (such as
Ecasound's) execute every 64 samples. The latency would be
double that, 128 samples, 2.6ms at 48kHz.

So what would be the best match for that in
Ecasound's -b setting?

I would believe it should be -b 64, so that both deal with
data at the same period and in the same size of buffer.

Does anyone have experience or knowledge in this area?



Joel Roth
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