Re: [LAU] jack-stdio 1.1 - was [ANN] jack-stdout 1.0

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Date: Friday, April 1, 2011 - 12:13 pm

Peder Hedlund:

This command does exactly the same:

jack_capture -c 2 -ws | oggenc -R 44100 -B 16 -C 2 - -o file.ogg

although this command is strongly preferable (no bits lost in piping):

jack_capture -c 2 -f ogg file.ogg

However, for piping jack-stdout just got options for 24 bits, while
jack_capture still only supports 16 bits. The reason why jack_capture lags
a bit behind here is probably because jack_capture used code from
jack-stdout to implement writing to stdout. :-)

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Re: [LAU] jack-stdio 1.1 - was [ANN] jack-stdout 1.0, Kjetil S. Matheussen, (Fri Apr 1, 12:13 pm)
Re: [LAU] jack-stdio 1.1 - was [ANN] jack-stdout 1.0, Robin Gareus, (Fri Apr 1, 1:14 pm)
Re: [LAU] jack-stdio 1.1 - was [ANN] jack-stdout 1.0, Kjetil S. Matheussen, (Sun Apr 3, 9:14 am)
Re: [LAU] jack-stdio 1.1 - was [ANN] jack-stdout 1.0, Kjetil S. Matheussen, (Sun Apr 3, 9:20 am)
Re: [LAU] jack-stdio 1.1 - was [ANN] jack-stdout 1.0, Robin Gareus, (Sun Apr 3, 5:04 pm)