2008/6/23 wwp <subscript(a)free.fr>:
On Mon, 23 Jun 2008 11:50:07 -0400 "Nat Gross" <nat101l(a)gmail.com>
> 2008/6/23 wwp <subscript(a)free.fr>:
> > Hello Nat,
> > On Sun, 22 Jun 2008 20:15:06 -0400 "Nat Gross"
> >> Running Fedora 8 32 bit on an Intel 1.6ghz. (This box has run Fedora
> >> since FC Test 3.) (Latest yum updates.)
> >> About 2 weeks ago, my sound/video system started playing back
> >> everything at double-triple speed!
> >> Actually video seems like double speed but audio is like 3-4x!
> >> Over the time in years from FC3, 4, 5, 6, 8, there have been various
> >> multimedia engines installed on this box.
> >> I have no idea where to start!
> >> Any idea please?
> > Same here but only few .wav files are impacted, I noticed this change
> > after a yum update (kerbel + alsa 1.0.16? + reboot), approx. two weeks
> > ago.
> It happens in ALL apps, including Flash media (mlb, youtube, cbs/nbc),
> as well as offline programs including RealPlayer, Kplayer, and others.
> It happens in kde and gnome.
> I don't think I'll try Rick Moore's advice<g> but I'll try
> Hey Rick M. Was your advice, um.. SOUND advice?
IMO, Ric's messages was more noise than sound :). Michael's suggestion
sounds (!) valuable even for my own problem.
Ok. I don't have pulseaudio loaded. I tried loading it and nothing changed.
With Aplay, I'm having a problem finding test media for it. Any wav
file I threw at it,
it refused to play because:
aplay: test_wavefile:749: can't play not PCM-coded WAVE-files