arts and alsa
frmrick at aapt.net.au
Tue Mar 28 11:54:21 BST 2006
Kevin Krammer is a darn nice person I don't care what anybody says!
> > Does this mean that arts is using alsa to provide sound?
> aRts will compose the audio data it gets, e.g. decode compressed data like
> OGG vorbis and then write this to the sound driver depending on its
> > > so from ALSA's point of view
> > > Arts should look like one of its applications.
> > Does this mean alsa is being supplied sound by by an application called
> > arts?
> If ALSA is the sound system which aRts is configured to use then yes.
> > I'd just like to know why I can't access input devices in audacity unless
> > I kill all arts pids or run audacity with the command "artsdsp -m
> > audacity"
> Hmm, does your ALSA setup allow concurrent access to the sound device? e.g.
> having a card that allows to be accessed by more than one application or an
> ALSA level sound mixer
> Check by running to ALSA programs other than aRts
Worrying sound is fairly new to me as I/ve started fooling around with dvb-t,
video and sound files. I'll have to figure out what I have that uses alsa and
Maybe its an alsa problem. I woke up this morning, booted up and had no sound
at all until I ran alsaconf alsamixer and alsactl store. I had sound when I
walked away last night albeit I did have two scheduled mencoder jobs before
the automated shutdown.
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