#27 VoIP In on wrong side of graph

v1.0 (example)
Lampros Liontos

I just got around to downloading the latest Git version of IDJC. First of all, I like the new layout, although the real acid test is yet to come. I am also seeing the source client linkups in Ladish, which pretty much eliminates the biggest part of the problem.

However, there is a bug I have found on the program, likely just a tweak that needs to be made:

The voip_out and voip_in channels are all on the left side of the graph; meaning that you can't send VoIP signals into the IDJC. I restarted it a couple times, and this seems to be consistent. We just need to send the voip_in_r and voip_in_l to the other side of the connection graph.


  • Things get broken when large portions of code get rearranged. The fix is pushed to repo. Note that the JACK client ID has changed since the last time you used VoIP and is called idjc_[profilename] e.g. idjc_default and to update your JACK to ALSA bridge accordingly.

  • Not really any need: The jack-alsa bridge is just a way to give a non-jack program inputs and outputs. What they hook up to when the bridge is active are entirely up to the user.

    Aside from this, I didn't notice any other issues at this time, although since I don't yet do live podcasts, I am not able to really test this program to its utmost.

    • status: open --> closed-fixed
    • Group: --> v1.0 (example)