Mark Jones wrote:
> Sure, where do you want it put? Documentation, Device Support?
Don't know actually... didn't really think the documentation
organization through yet. I guys it might be best in the general
> --- Pieter Palmers <pieterp@...> wrote:
>> Mark Jones wrote:
>>> Thanks for the help with the Presonus Firepods.
>>> After this week, I'll try some of the other suggestions that involve recompiling freebob and
>>> libiec61883 but I got it working thanks to your help.
>>> To test my setup, I use a metronome that feeds 7 splitters to give me a 1 -> 8 signal split.
>>> I record that and use audacity and a very tight zoom in to see how well the channels are in
>>> With 3 units, the sync is normally 2 samples or less apart (.04ms out of sync). With 4 unit
>>> setup, the timing is off by 11 samples. (.23 ms out of sync). I'm going to leave it recording
>>> night and check it again in the am to make sure it doesn't drift with time, but so far its
>>> done that.
>>> Here is the setup
>>> /usr/bin/jackd -dfreebob -r48000 -p512 -n5 -C -o0
>>> 4 daisy chained Presonus Firepods connected to the firewire connector on the back of an ASUS
>>> P5B-VM Motherboard with 1.86GHz Core 2 Duo, 2GB ram, ubuntustudio
>>> Jack version .103 (instead of the .102 that comes with ubuntustudio, however this might not
>>> The key to getting it to run is the -C option which removes the output channels. Since I
>>> need them, I chose to leave them out.
>>> It's amazing how you guys answered the question faster than Presonus did about how to sync up
>>> units using a word clock on S/PDIF
>> Would you mind taking the time to write some documentation regarding
>> your setup for ffado.org?