[LAU] Fwd: JACK and gstreamer
ussndmac at charter.net
Wed Aug 24 11:47:03 UTC 2016
If I remember my experiments from a while back with gs 0.10 it was possible
to keep a pipe open and just reuse it. And that there was a system level
setting that would override the default connections that gs would make.
It appears that the connection process has been modified in gs 1.0.
Something called a port-pattern will be used by gs if provided.
I have not had time to delve into any deeper to find where port-pattern is
set or if it is (or can be) made system wide.
A note: While I used Clementine in my examples earlier in this thread. This
discussion grew out of a discussion about using LiSP (Linus Show Player)
and when it might be desired to direct a sound to a particular channel to
achieve sound effects (for instance the rear channel of 5.1 system).
Specifying the JACK connection could also be desired when using, say, calf
rack or zita with jack to process the signal on it's way to a channel.
On Tue, Aug 23, 2016 at 3:12 PM, Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com>
> On Tue, Aug 23, 2016 at 2:49 PM, Neil C Smith <neil at neilcsmith.net> wrote:
>> Looks like Clementine supports setting the audio sink, but wonder if
>>> it allows arbitrary properties on it -
> Clementine also supports JACK natively, where it still connects and
> reconnects once per song. Sigh.
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