[Jack-Devel] »Ø¸´£º windows

Robin Gareus robin at gareus.org
Wed Jan 9 16:32:12 CET 2019

On 1/9/19 4:19 PM, Chris Caudle wrote:
> On Wed, January 9, 2019 5:20 am, 1213729945 wrote:
>> I want to read the time code from the audio pin on windows system which is
>> connected with the timecode generator TENTACLE
> Why do you want to use jack?  There should be plenty of examples of how to
> read audio data from a Windows audio device.
>> How can we get the timecode via Jack ?
> You can only get the audio data via jack, you would still have to derive
> the timecode from the audio.
> Robin, aka X42, wrote a library for dealing with timecode, as well as
> command line utilities for extracting timecode from audio files.
> https://github.com/x42
> https://github.com/x42/libltc
> https://github.com/x42/ltc-tools
> They work on posix style systems like linux, you could probably get them
> running on Windows with cygwin or mingw or similar.  Or just run linux
> instead of Windows, a lot of distributions have those tools ready to use.

libltc is known to work on windows with MSVC.  There is an example (ASIO
| Portaudio, MSVC..) at
https://github.com/x42/libltc/issues/18#issuecomment-188129134  However,
that has nothing to do with jack and I do not know much about it myself.

I also don't know if TENTACLE uses LTC to begin with.


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