[pulseaudio-discuss] RTP output time between packets
emo at svep.se
Tue Aug 23 00:13:09 PDT 2011
Hmm, didn't find the latency setting.
On the receiving end I have a small embedded system with a Stellaris Cortex M3 LM3S9B96, and it seems to have problem to receive two packets very close to each other. So if it would be possible to get a more equidistant sample stream, at least during development, that would be nice.
From: pulseaudio-discuss-bounces+emo=svep.se at lists.freedesktop.org [mailto:pulseaudio-discuss-bounces+emo=svep.se at lists.freedesktop.org] On Behalf Of Maarten Bosmans
Sent: den 22 augusti 2011 16:42
To: General PulseAudio Discussion
Subject: Re: [pulseaudio-discuss] RTP output time between packets
2011/8/22 Emil Ohlsson <emo at svep.se>:
> I've noticed that when playing music (*.ogg/*.mp3 files using VLC) there is a very uneven delay between the RTP packets compared to when streaming silence. Is it possible to configure some buffer to make to the time between two packets more equidistant?
This is the result of vlc sending chunks of audio at a time, probably due to a large buffer from pulseaudio. Perhaps requesting a lower latency helps. (The easiest way to test that is just to open up
As long as the receiving end has a big enough buffer, the delivery of rtp packets in batches should not matter much though, assuming low-latency is nog a requirement. How is the receiving end configured?
> Thanks in advance
> Emil Ohlsson
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