Wired sound-speed behaviour

Helio Chissini de Castro helio at conectiva.com.br
Tue Aug 12 00:41:10 BST 2003


Looks like a sound card with fixed 48 khz, like all sound blasters post "live" 
Try to use any player that support change frequency to test the file..


On Monday 11 August 2003 18:48, Martin Koller wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've a very strange behaviour on my KDE-3.1.2 system:
> I play a song with kscd directly from CD - everything OK.
> Now I use konqueror and copy the song as WAV file to my harddisk.
> Then I play the same song as WAV file from my disk (doesn't matter with
> which application, I've tried noatun, kaboodle, kmplayer)
> ==> the song is played _too fast_ !
> (that means, the voice of the singer is a little bit too high, and the
> rhythm is too fast)
> Any ideas what can be the problem, or what I have to do to fix this?
> Thanks a lot.

Helio Castro
KDE Developer
Development Conectiva S.A.
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