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Re: [Gnash-dev] [PATCH] fix mixing sounds with Gstreamer backend

From: Tomas Groth
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] [PATCH] fix mixing sounds with Gstreamer backend
Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2006 11:11:33 +0100 (CET)

--- Hiroyuki Ikezoe <address@hidden> skrev:

> 2006-11-09 (ÌÚ) ¤Î 12:12 +0900 ¤Ë Hiroyuki Ikezoe ¤µ¤ó¤Ï½ñ¤­¤Þ¤·¤¿:
> > 2006-11-09 (ÌÚ) ¤Î 11:51 +0900 ¤Ë Hiroyuki Ikezoe ¤µ¤ó¤Ï½ñ¤­¤Þ¤·¤¿:
> > > So, I have an idea for avoinding this adder issue.  The idea is that
> > > creating multiple pipeline instead of using adder. I modified the sample
> > > code that you posted at GNOME bugzilla to use multiple pipeline, it
> > > seems to work fine. I attach the modified somple code.
> > > 
> > > I am not sure whether creating multiple pipeline causes some side effect
> > > or not, but I will try to apply the way to Gnash.
> > 
> > Just a quick report.
> > 
> > Creating multiple pipeline was effective against gangsta_rap_se.swf,
> > even though sounds are not syncronized. (I guess "unsynchronized" is
> > another issue.) 
> > 
> > I am going to send a patch before the end of the day.
> I attach the patch in this mail.
The patch seems to work fine on my system, but i have a concern about using
multiple pipelines. The reason for using the gstreamer adder in the first place
was to avoid depending on external adders/mixers, which is now needed with this
patch. Is it ok to require the user to have a external mixer? Are such
installed and working for every (newer) distro? 



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