[PD-dev] Pd timing on Android

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at at.or.at
Thu May 13 20:40:12 CEST 2010

Sounds like that's the problem.  [metro 1000] to [realtime] is giving me
150-200ms.  This is with -nosound.  Any ideas where to look?


Miller Puckette wrote:
> Hi Hans -
> if it even misbehaves with -nosound most likely the OS isn't waking
> Pd up reliably.  A test would be to try the "realtime" object to see if
> Pd is getting the time correctly from Android -- relevant for the -nosound
> case.  If so I can't see why Pd wouldn't run "on time" unless it simply
> bogs the CPU down (uses 600% of CPU time).
> cheers
> Miller
> On Sun, May 09, 2010 at 01:21:39PM -0400, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
>> So I have Pd running on Android, and am currently testing the timing.  I
>> made a simple [metro 1000]--[print] and I seem to be getting 3-6 bangs
>> per second.  The audio API stuff isn't entirely worked out, and I seem
>> to recall some relation between the audio I/O and timing.
>> Any ideas why the timing might be so off?  I've tried with both -noadc
>> and -nosound as well, and got more or less the same result.
>> .hc
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