[linux-audio-user] jack between 2 computers
j4strngs at bitless.net
Tue Feb 22 05:59:12 EST 2005
On Tuesday 22 February 2005 04:38 am, Steve Harris wrote:
> Yes, ecpect that for real time apps and latency, its the worse case thats
> important, not the average case.
> - Steve
I wouldn't expect a lot of packet routing to be happening. Curiously enough, I
was wondering what would happen if the dlapdspa sliding windows transmission
dealie was ported to a jack framework. I need to look at jack.plumbing.
It could be feasible to use an OSX Mac and jack as kind of a bridge to
whatever they use to route audio... for integration purposes. I'm assuming
the proprietary Mac stuff doesn't support jack, but that doesn't mean the
converse is impossible.
> On Tue, Feb 22, 2005 at 09:09:55 +0000, Jamie Bullock wrote:
> > It depends on how many nodes the traffic has to go through, and how much
> > latency each node introduces. You can measure udp latency in relation to
> > your own system using lmbench. I think it's available on bitmover.
Thanks and `apt-get install lmbench`worked ;)
> > Jamie
> > On Mon, 2005-02-21 at 20:56 -0500, John Check wrote:
> > > On Monday 21 February 2005 05:07 pm, Marc Lavallée wrote:
> > > > Le 21 Février 2005 16:53, Unifr a écrit :
> > > > > After searching the web, I couldn't find any software that could
> > > > > connect 2 (or more) computers (through jack would be kind of
> > > > > perfect!). Well, I got only one yet but I plan to get a laptop soon
> > > > > and it would be good if could use both at the same time.
> > > > >
> > > > > Any of you have heard of a soft like that on GNU/Linux?
> > > >
> > > > jack.udp : http://www.alphalink.com.au/~rd/sw/jack.html
> > > > -
> > > > Marc
> > >
> > > Interesting.. I'm wondering about the latency numbers.. Must compare
> > > with dladspa
> > --
> > Regards,
> > Jamie
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