On Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 10:33:26PM -0400, Marc Lavallée wrote:
> I would like to use jackd in 32bit (or is it 24bit, or float?) but
If you use mplayer with jack output (-ao jack) then it will
*always* output in floating point format because that is the
only format that Jack accepts. And mplayer does not know which
soundcard Jack is using. Which means that
> When starting jackd normally (with the alsa backend and a 16bit sound
can't be true.
As said, Jack is *always* using floating point. It will convert
the playback channels to whatever the sound card can handle.
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