[LAU] Fwd: JACK and gstreamer
ussndmac at charter.net
Tue Aug 23 17:31:28 UTC 2016
The patch bay is fine for a "session tool" like Ardour.
But with something like a media player gstreamer disconnects and reconnects
for every piece of media. So for instance in Clementine, a new client is
started every time a new song starts and the client that played the
previous song goes away.
I suppose it has to do with the pipeline architecture of gstreamer.
It may well be that what I remember was gstreamer using pulse and having
pulse permanently connected in patchbay to where I wanted.
On Tue, Aug 23, 2016 at 12:26 PM, Neil C Smith <neil at neilcsmith.net> wrote:
> On 23 August 2016 at 16:51, Mac <ussndmac at charter.net> wrote:
> > It appears neither gconf nor /system/gstreamer/0.10/audio/default/ are
> > resident in 16.04. (I'd guess the later path .../0.10/... would not be
> > since 16.04 is using gstreamer 1 not 0.10, correct?
> AFAIK those settings are used by the gsettingsaudiosink in GStreamer,
> which is no longer in 1.x. It really depends on what software you're
> using, and whether it's hard-coding use of autoaudiosink.
> I questioned whether you'd actually been using the PulseAudio backend
> connecting to JACK though because there wasn't a way to specify which
> JACK ports to connect to until recently (eg. not in 14.04). The only
> other way to do it is to use something other than GStreamer itself to
> control which ports are used (eg. QJackCtl patchbay), which is what
> I'm still doing on my 14.04 setup.
> Best wishes,
> Neil C Smith
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