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Richard Fish wrote:
>On 2/28/06, Mike Myers <fluffymikey@...> wrote:
>>This is where it's kinda weird. If I use vo=alsa then the .wav files
>>won't play at all. If I use ao=arts, then they work, but skipping
>>around, like fast forwarding or rewinding lags. Like, I'll press the
>>left or right button and then about a second later it will actually
>>rewind or forward.
>In the KDE Control Center, under Sounds & Multimedia->Sound System,
>there is a control for the Sound buffer. Reducing that to the minimum
>should eliminate the lagging with arts.
Adjusting that doesn't have any affect. There's still a significant lag
regardless of how I adjust that buffer. That lag was there with arts
before I started having problems with alsa. There was no lag at all if
I just used ao alsa though. In fact it would seek so fast that the part
I skipped to played over the part I was on so I'd hear to parts of the
same file at the same time for a very very brief time. It was short
enough to not disrupt anything though, so in a way it kind of acted like
some sort of command recognition feedback. I know that's not how it's
meant to work, but it was nice when transcribing, heh.
>Also, on the "Hardware" tab of the Sound System configuration, is the
>audio device set to ALSA?
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