[linux-audio-user] [ANN] jack_capture v0.0.1
ix at replic.net
Fri Nov 25 14:38:49 EST 2005
> This is just a quick tool to get the sound going into your loudspeakers as
> quickly as possible into disk. It happens quite a lot when I play with PD
sounds good, i tried similar things using timemachine/ices + jack.plumbing, but jack.plumbing simply refuses to 'plumb'...
actually a 'autoconnect all connected to alsa_pcm' startup flag for timemachine would be nice too...
> or jamin, for example. What happened previously, when I had something
> cool going, was that I had to start timemachine (which name does not
> start with jack, so I allways use a lot of time remembering its name),
> connect the correct jack ports into it in qjackctl, and press the
> recording button. In addition, as you say, timemachine use this (and I
> really mean it) stupid w64 fileformat by default, and I very seldom
> remember to use the -f flag to override that. Instead of doing all that,
> now I can just write "jack_capture", and it starts recording immmediately.
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