On 02/10/2013 04:43 PM, Jeremy Hansen wrote:
>> You can run jack_lsp to verify your jackd is up and running.
It should be part of your jackd installation. Since you seem to be on
RHEL, the package is called j-a-c-k-example-clients or something like
>> You may also find the "patchage" tool useful, run it after starting
This is ancient.
Linux audio is bleeding edge, RHEL is the exact opposite. You may want
to include the CCRMA repository.
Note that you don't necessarily have to update, you're just using it
> [jeremy@serv ~]$ mplayer -ao jack,port=SilentJack http://live.skidrowstudios.com:8000/live
The port= needs further tweaks. That's up to you to figure out what
to put there.
A proper port name looks like "clientname:portname".
> [jeremy@serv ~]$ silentjack -v -n SilentJack
See, that's why I recommended to use patchage, where you can simply wire
it up graphically.
Alternatives to patchage: qjackctl, shell
Shell: Once you have your example-clients installed, you can use
to figure out the exact portnames and
$ jack_connect mplayer:foo silentjack:input
or however the ports are called.
I guess you want to add "name=mplayer" to mplayer's jack output module
to prevent it from creating a name that changes every time you restart
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