[Jack-Devel] 回复: windows

1213729945 1213729945 at qq.com
Thu Jan 10 03:34:31 CET 2019

Can you give me a example?
Thank you very much.

------------------ Original ------------------
From: "Chris Caudle"<chris at chriscaudle.org>; 
Date: 2019年1月9日(星期三) 晚上11:19
To: "1213729945"<1213729945 at qq.com>; 
Cc: "Phil Rhodes"<phil_rhodes at rocketmail.com>; "jack-devel"<jack-devel at jackaudio.org>; 
Subject: Re: [Jack-Devel] 回复:  windows

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.

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.

Chris Caudle
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <https://lists.linuxaudio.org/archives/jackaudio/attachments/20190110/e13ddde6/attachment.html>

More information about the Jackaudio mailing list