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Re: [Linphone-developers] linphone and JACK

From: Simon Morlat
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] linphone and JACK
Date: Tue, 9 Dec 2008 22:17:18 +0100
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Understood !
Pulseaudio looks promising; I don't like the alsa api at all, it's really a 
nightmare. Maybe I'll make a pulseaudio plugin for linphone someday.


Le Monday 08 December 2008 20:18:03 Nicolai Lissner, vous avez écrit :
> Hi,
> I don't agree. Users who actually use jackd still need support for
> it, unless they want to kill jackd before using linphone. And
> they don't use jackd just for mixing sound, the reason for jackd
> is low latency sound processing and networking sound applications
> (i.e. using the output of one application as input for another)
> So jackd is not replaceable with dmix.
> However, I found a solution - therefore I agree, we don't need
> jack-support in linphone. The solution is to install pulseaudio
> and make it output to jackd. So my linphone now uses alsa, alsa
> is configured to use pulseaudio instead of the hardware, pulse
> uses jackd as output (and input) and jackd talks to my soundcard
> using alsa again. Although this sounds complicated, it isn't
> really complicated to setup and it works as a charme with
> linphone (and actually any other alsa-application I tested),
> making it possible to do all the nifty things jack provides to us
> even with linphone.
> I'm a very happy linphone user now :D
> Thank you!
> Nicolai

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