[LAU] can jackd or ardour be forced to use interleaved mode?

Paul Davis paul at linuxaudiosystems.com
Sat May 15 01:39:16 CEST 2021

On Fri, May 14, 2021 at 5:25 PM Chris Caudle <6807.chris at pop.powweb.com>

> This is the network audio driver from Merging, running in AES67 mode, to a
> device which only supports 48 sample frames in AES67 mode, so will
> probably be a challenging configuration no matter what.  I believe the
> Windows equivalent drivers have additional buffering so that on the user
> space side the applications can use larger buffers, and the kernel driver
> breaks the larger application buffer down to the smaller network buffers.
> That would be useful for this driver as well, but first step would be to
> at least get Ardour running at all, even if with xruns.  The driver does
> work with aplay and mpd, so non-pro type apps are working, but not Ardour
> or jackd.

while running aplay,

cat /proc/asound/cardN/pcmDp/subS/hw_params
cat /proc/asound/cardN/pcmDp/subS/sw_params

substituting for N, D and S appropriately.

that will show the hw and sw configuration of the device/driver in a
"working" configuration (or non-working one)
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