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Re: [Gnash-dev] question: memory usage/allocation profiling of Gnash

From: Hong Yu
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] question: memory usage/allocation profiling of Gnash
Date: Tue, 18 Nov 2008 19:31:35 +0800
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Thanks! One of such SWF file is attached. A sentence in Chinese is reading before the prompt of first user input. We don't find the problem on X86. But I think such might be repeated on X86 if we skip frames on purpose.

I am not sure of the audio part. But I will have further tracing result to tell, later.

Best regards,

Hong Yu

strk wrote:
On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 06:08:11PM +0800, Hong Yu wrote:
Thanks for the suggestions, to help us learn Gnash!

I have another question regarding the audio handling. We have simple SWF files for which Gnash plays perfectly on X86, but on some ARM platform, audio may be slower than graphics, and then audio will be stopped according to frame advances (user input not involved here). Therefore as listeners, we hear the audio stops when a sentence not finished yet. Are there codes of such situation's handling in Gnash-0.8.4 possibly? May anyone have any suggestion? Thanks!

What kind of audio is it ? Embedded or external ?
If embedded: event or streaming ?
Can you provide a focused testcase ?


Attachment: int_addition_2.swf
Description: application/shockwave-flash

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