[Pdmtl] Audio e Video playback problems
jean.habib at gmail.com
Mer 23 Mar 14:57:52 EDT 2011
thanks for your advise Mathieu
I'll try -audiobuf cause it is becoming a nightmare to send messages
from 3 PDs.. netsend receive did not understand a long string, with
spaces and other characters
also I don't need scratch the audi o and video, so I was thinking if
its not the case to use a simple pix_film
but for this I will need to know which format is the ideal, and how to
any one can help?
I just need a playlist with the movies been played on after other...
On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 2:04 PM, Mathieu Bouchard <matju at artengine.ca> wrote:
> On Tue, 22 Mar 2011, Jean Habib wrote:
>> Thanks for your answer patrick
>> does this -rt means that I need linux-rt package?
> Some rt features have been integrated in ordinary kernels for a while, thus
> you less often need a special kernel.
> The -rt is just a suggestion. It's also possible to use the -audiobuf option
> to set the delay (or set it in the Audio Settings dialogue). You can use one
> or the other or both or neither. It depends on what works for you. The most
> important thing is that the audio/video separation into two instances of pd
> makes it possible to render more audio while in the middle of rendering a
> video frame, and is what makes the most difference.
> If you're fine with a large latency, you could also run everything in the
> same process with a large enough -audiobuf.
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