[linux-audio-dev] 8bit sound wav playing to a 16bit sound card...
derrick at logicalsi.com
Fri Jun 13 10:56:01 UTC 2003
Downloaded the xmms dirver and installed the libsndfile library but XMMS still
plays the sound fast... And also Crashes... I'm wondering if it's just my
sound card. :-(``````
On Thursday 12 June 2003 17:19, Erik de Castro Lopo wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Jun 2003 11:18:53 -0400
> Derrick <derrick at logicalsi.com> wrote:
> > I'm new to OSS Programming, and I'm attempting to play some 8bit wav
> > files. However OSS is telling me that my sound card will not play 8bit ,
> > only 16bit. If I force it. The sound changes pitch, and is very fast. (
> > obviously ).
> > Is there anyway to convert 8bit to 16bit on the fly? I've noticed that
> > XMMS also fails to play the 8bit wav file correctly.
> You can fix this by disabling XMMS's built in WAV reader and using
> XMMS_Sndfile instead:
> which will also allow you to play a large number of other file types.
> > I've even tryed to convert the file from 8bit to 16bit using SOX. But
> > with the same results. I would like to support 8bit file wavs in my
> > program as MOST of the wavs available are in 8bit format...
> For reading sound files from within a program libsndfile:
> which is required by XMMS_Sndfile anyway. It contains an example program
> which uses OSS to play back any sound file it can read.
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