[linux-audio-user] Re: Pd produces many Xruns
_ at whats-your.name
Mon Dec 18 02:57:58 EST 2006
On Mon Dec 18, 2006 at 08:41:02AM +0100, Kjetil S. Matheussen wrote:
> "chris beagles":
> >Today i tryed playing around with pd for the first time, and enabled
> >the audio system to use jack, which works fine except for:
> >If I move the mouse and it crosses the boundary between two windows, I
> >then get reports of Xruns from within pd in the main window and the
> >sound crackles accordingly.
> >Qjackctl does not report any of these xruns.
> >This is getting a little annoying and may leave me having to leave pd
> >for now as i need to utilise my mouse whilst using it.
> >I am running Ubuntu Edgy with a 2.6.17-rt kernel and jack as realtime.
> >If I do not enable the audio system within pd then this problem does not occur.
> >Any help much appreciated.
try the callback-driven audio scheduler in PD's devel_0_39 CVS branch. also try the desiredata branch, which has decoupled the GUI and DSP code..
> Did you start pd with the "-rt" switch? In case not, that will help.
> (PS. Always add the terminal switches you start a program with when asking for help)
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