[pulseaudio-discuss] A2DP - Bluetooth source to alsa sink audio routing
mkbosmans at gmail.com
Wed Feb 23 06:08:49 PST 2011
Please keep the conversation on the mailing list. (though it looks
like I forgot to do that too)
2011/2/23 Cristina Cristea <doina.cristina at gmail.com>:
> No, the glitches are now more rarely and smaller. But, after 31 minutes of
> playing (with only one small glitch, bearly audible, on min 27), PulseAudio
> started to display a lot of underrun messages and died.
Died, as in crashed? Verbose log output would be interesting here.
Most likely the CPU load limiter kicked in and pulse shut itself down.
> Also, module-loopback causes PulseAudio to be a a very big CPU consumer on
> my system-like about 80%.
That should not be. Can you get this behaviour also without
module-loopback? (e.g. by recording from the bluetooth source with
parec) For further information on how to debug this, see
> I'll do more testing these days and see if I can improve.
> Thanks for support and I really appreciate what you guys are doing.
> I'll do more testing the
> On 02/22/2011 09:36 PM, Maarten Bosmans wrote:
>> 2011/2/22 Cristina Cristea<doina.cristina at gmail.com>:
>>> Thanks Maarten, that really makes the sample rate adjustment to not be
>>> noticed by the listener.
>>> Unfortunately, I still get the underrun issues. Here is a log snippet:
>> Do the underruns still occur after a minute of playing? Do they result
>> in audible glitches?
>> As I mentioned in the mail that went with these patches a couple of
>> weeks ago, I have not tested it on any non-trivial module-loopback
>> setup (e.g. bluetooth source to alsa sink), so some underrun problems
>> can indeed still be expected.
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