[gst-devel] Midi and GStreamer

Benjamin Otte in7y118 at public.uni-hamburg.de
Wed Jul 16 12:53:24 CEST 2003

On 16 Jul 2003, Steve Baker wrote:

> In this case you could either:
> - listen to the clock so you know when its time to output the buffer
> - have some kind of real-time mode for amSynth which doesn't wait for
> MIDI events which may never come
> - have alsamidisrc produce empty timestamped MIDI buffers so that
> amSynth knows that is time to spit out some audio.
I think filler events should be used for this. You could do this with a
property "max-latency" or so for the midi caps that define after how much
time a filler event is sent with 0 for no filler events.


> I hope this clarifies things a bit. amSynth sounds very cool ;)
> cheers
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