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

From: Markus Gothe
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] [PATCH] fix mixing sounds with Gstreamer backend
Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2006 09:13:13 +0100
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Tomas Groth wrote:
--- Markus Gothe <address@hidden> skrev:

To be honest I don't think it's feasible...


Hiroyuki Ikezoe wrote:

2006-11-09 (木) の 19:59 +0900 に Hiroyuki Ikezoe
2006-11-09 (木) の 11:11 +0100 に Tomas Groth
The patch seems to work fine on my system, but i have a concern about
multiple pipelines. The reason for using the gstreamer adder in the first
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?
As far as using ALSA, it seems to be OK.
I tested on Gentoo and Ubuntu today, the patch works on both. I also
tested on console running on single user mode, the patch works fine with
"-r 2" option.

Tomorrow, I will test on FedoraCore, SUSE and NetBSD.
Both FedoraCore6 and SUSE Linux 10.1(GNOME environment) work fine.

NetBSD does not play any sound even though my patch is not applied.
Though I have to investigate about NetBSD, I am very unfamiliar with
NetBSD.  I need someone to help me.

I got very little experience with *bsd, and none regarding to audio... Though
it seems netbsd got gstreamer-0.10 pkg, so it should work... Maybe bsd need a
special audio output sink?



The pkg-management system in NetBSD has been ported to other platforms, I'm using it under IRIX for example. But I think gst-plugins-oss (which is in pkgsrc) should do for most old school BSD, i.e OpenBSD and NetBSD.


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