On 01/08/2014 05:54 PM, James Stone wrote:
try 128/3 or 96/2 .. See the excellent recent explanation from Clemens
on that subject:
> Also, how meaningful is the reported jackd buffer size in terms of
jack buffer size is only meaningful within jack.
Additional latency introduced by hardware depends on the hardware.
As with any complex system where you cannot precisely know what is
happening: measure it, with jack_delay (or it's son jack_iodelay which
is included with jackd these days).
Results for some USB devices:
created with http://gareus.org/gitweb/?p=latentor.git
You'll find some patterns and there usually is a relationship between
the jack-buffersize and the actual round-trip latency. But it's
different for different hardware (and to some extend also
software/drivers,.. the whole stack)
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