[MPlayer-users] can mplayer adress either multiple audiochannels or multip. dxr3 boards simultaniously?
claymen at walan.org
Wed Jul 9 00:34:43 CEST 2003
Im using the standard in kernel oss drivers.
at the moment im running debian unstable, on a wolk4.2 kernel patch (2.4.20
based), but i know that the drivers in the standard 2.4.18-2.4.20 work the
same way. I also have a dxr3 board :) and a via onboard soundcard (albiet ive
turned off to obtain more irqs....) anyway the sblive works the way i
described before. Possibly this might not be happening because of alsa-oss ?
i dont know, either way sblive has worked this way out of box (so to speak).
So where the problem lies i dont know. Also note that to begin with i beleive
the back speakers are muted, so that could be the problem.
sometimes its the most simplest of things that ends up screwing you over.
On Wed, 9 Jul 2003 4:54 am, justin case wrote:
> [Automatic answer: RTFM (read DOCS, FAQ), also read DOCS/bugreports.html]
> > > i am still investigating the possiblity of playing multiple videos
> > > independently with one pc using mplyer. the problem i have to
> > solve before
> > > i can go on working on anything else is multiple audio. since
> > the pci-slots
> > > will be full with videocards, i have no more space for audio.
> > two thought
> > > to solve the problem:
> > you could try a couple sblive cards but they have enjoy irqs...
> > anyway i have
> > an sblive value, 4channel soundcard. the driver puts the channels
> > available
> > to you like this.
> > /dev/dsp = all 4 channels (generally maps stereo from front to rear)
> > /dev/dsp0 = front channel
> > /dev/dsp1 = rear channel
> hmm, i tried using my old sblive! as you mentioned, but didn't have any
> sucess with the regular kernel-modules. than i installed alsa and read
> loads of tutorials andthe mini-howto and all i got to work was a regular
> 2channel output. frustrating.
> since i have to either come up with a solution tomorrow morning or cancel
> using mplayer for that particular project, i'llhave to do the latter.
> being able to adress multiple hollywood dxr boardswould have been the
> perfect solution, since they each have an won audio-output.
> what driver are you using for your card?
> RTFM!!! http://www.MPlayerHQ.hu/DOCS
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