[pulseaudio-discuss] Buffer underun during resampling
lennart at poettering.net
Sun Oct 26 12:39:29 PDT 2008
On Thu, 02.10.08 15:55, Baek Chang (baeksan at ccrma.stanford.edu) wrote:
> What is returned in the next input buffer, when the resampled output buffer
> is under by a sample or two?
> For example:
> Input buffer size is 100 samples. You are upsampling by a factor of two, so
> the output buffer size should be 200 samples.
> So if you a doing some processing, and the number of returned samples for
> the output buffer is say 199 or 198 samples.
> Does the next input buffer account for the missed sample? It seems like the
> next input buffer is returning too many previous samples, but I'm not sure
> if that is the case.
Yes, the next buffer might return the missing samples. The resulting
buffer might be larger than 200 samples in this case.
Lennart Poettering Red Hat, Inc.
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