[pulseaudio-discuss] Communication between puls servers?
ossman at cendio.se
Thu May 10 23:38:02 PDT 2007
Andrzej Wasowski wrote:
> My first question: is using rtp the only way to make a "remote sink" on a
> local pulseaudio server, so that I can switch sinks between local and
> remote using pavucontrol? What protocol is used when the library connects to
> the remote server? Is is also rtp?
No, RTP is more of a "broadcast" protocol. You can use the same, native,
protocol that clients use. Use the tunnel module for this (see homepage
> My second question is unrelated to rtp. I have problems with local mixing on
> the server. I use a local mpd to play music on that server and it works
> well. However when I simultanously try to play some audio from a remote
> mplayer using esound protocol (or an rtp stream coming from my notebook, for
> that matter) I get only slow garbage from the speakers, and often pulseaudio
> dies after that. It is not actually killed, but is unable to play again,
> even if I stop all the stream and just send one of them again).
Sounds like your sound driver is a bit buggy and gets into some funky
state when you use mpd. Have you tried running mpd through the local
Pierre Ossman OpenSource-based Thin Client Technology
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