Le samedi 24 novembre 2012 à 14:12 +0100, Jano Svitok a écrit :
Hi Philippe,

Hi Jano,

this is what I've got so far:

https://github.com/janosvitok/ffado/commit/f72e116270eb367f482ec7e18acd27114b088504

48 kHz should be ok, I'm not sure about the higher rates. I'm also not sure about the mixer outputs - I'll check them later.

Looks like nice.
Mixer outputs are muted a priori; probably this is effectively the case for the default settings; whatever, it can be changed easily by the user using ffado-mixer.
Being unsure for mid rate is not indeed a real problem, it might be corrected in the future, since the setupDefaultRouterConfig_...() functions are for a very first initialization.

I've created also http://subversion.ffado.org/wiki/Maudio

Question: is 192 kHz supported at all? A comment in the code suggests that it is not (I've not tested it yet).

What does say the MAudio doc ? Concerning Focusrite Saffire and Presonus Firestudio, they are mentionned to work up to 96kHz. Documentation I read concerning DICE Jr chip mention it works up to 192kHz, but it is not clear that the configuration of the rom remains similar in that case.
Also I don't know to which extent the streaming protocol remains similar.

Do you want me to store test-dice-eap outputs somewhere?

Well, it seems you don't need any more help for using such outputs :-) So there is no need for this, I think.

I imagined you tested everything using ffado-mixer, so I think your changes can be commited in ffado trunk (I will just check for compilation).

I didn't see rapidly how to download a patch version of your changes. Could you send me the corresponding patches (git format-patch ...), I will commit them into ffado trunk for you ?

Best regards,

Phil


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