pimassat at gmail.com
Tue Sep 4 09:03:47 CEST 2012
I tried both and it seems to have solved my problems.
2012/9/3 august <august at alien.mur.at>
> > Dear list,
> > I'm sending 3 messages related to the same project...
> > 1) I'm using readanysf~ on a headless Rasperry Pi, running Raspbian, and
> > works mostly fine, except for short audio dropouts every once in a
> while. I
> > don't know how to configure readanysf~, and I would like to know whether
> > this could be a problem with the audio buffer. Increasing it would solve
> > the problem ?
> I would try increasing the internal buffer of readanysf~.
> See the readanysf~ help file
> the following will start it with 2 audio channels, each with 32 buffer
> chunks of 256 samples.
> [readanysf~ 2 32 256(
> If increasing that doesn't solve it, it may be your PD buffer that needs
> > 2) Using readanysf~ to read web radio streams, is it possible to know
> > a steady connection has been established (after all the redirections and
> > trials), so that I can send [play( at the right moment ? My patch starts
> > automatically, and for now I have hard coded a delay between the [open(
> > [play( messages which isn't always sufficient depending on the radio.
> again, see the help file. There is a "ready" message as well as a
> "cache" message that will give you info on when a file is ready to play
> and how much has already pre-buffered (from stream or disk).
> best -august.
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