audio/video over smbfs mounts
fedora at warmcat.com
Sun Nov 16 10:59:56 UTC 2003
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On Sunday 16 November 2003 02:34, Justin Georgeson wrote:
> I think this is more specifically related to samba 3.0+ than it is to
> fedora, but I figure this is as good a place as any to start. I've
> noticed that when either the server or client host is Fedora (including
> the beta release, all the way up to Yarrow) listening to MP3 files in
> xmms and watching video files in gmplayer, the audio and video is played
> at about 2x speed. Has anyone else noticed anything remotely like this?
> It's really annoying.
Nope... very very hard to see how this can be Samba. Breakups and gaps and
pauses could be Samba easy enough, but Samba just delivers the requested
data, hopefully on time, it doesn't determine the speed that stuff is shunted
to the output device.
Sounds more like the kernel timer is set wrong on your machine, or there is a
problem with the audio device clock rate?
Mplayer lets you specify the master clock source IIRC, why not start it in a
terminal playing something that doesn't work right and look for something
early on like
Using usleep() timing
or stuff about /dev/rtc.
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