[mythtv] Interesting problem : Accross a 10mbps network, playback resulted in chipmunk audio (high speed)
Thu Jan 2 02:19:27 EST 2003
On Wed, Jan 01, 2003 at 06:14:28PM -0500, Chris wrote:
> Using Myth .7 Trying to prepare the local network for the next
> release. Figured 802.11b is too slow I configured a homepna network
> between the main mythTV machine and another PC. I am able to run mythtv
> on the client machine using the database on the mythtv server machine bu
> the audio is fastforwarded like chipmunks. Anybody have any ideas?
> Running Redhat 8. I am thinking it is a sound hardware issue. I
> recorded my videos at 22050 sound. Maybe the client is playing it at
> another rate? Trying to record right now at a more standard 44100.
I am somewhat confused by your mention of using 0.7 across a network
(that version does not have separate front & backend programs).
Regardless, I had "chipmunk" sound when using a mono sound source with
0.7. See the mailing list archives & CVS logs for info about the
"mono patch" which was post-0.7. In my case, I solved it by moving to
the CVS version. (I was using a WinTV Go and the btaudio on that
card. Even after fixing the chipmunk problem, the btaudio device on
that card seems to be lousy--the sound was terrible. I gave up on
btaudio and switched to using the passthrough from the WinTV card to
my sound card.)
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