[vlc-devel] [PATCH] pulse: fix audio dropout when the input buffering takes too long

Jonathan Calmels jbjcalmels at gmail.com
Sun Feb 22 18:17:13 CET 2015

Ok, it makes sense now.
>From my understanding, even though the negative latency is counter
intuitive as you said, it works because the core compensates when it sees
the drift.
I still don't know how to fix it properly though. Hence my request for
better suggestions.

2015-02-22 17:48 GMT+01:00 Rémi Denis-Courmont <remi at remlab.net>:

> Le dimanche 22 février 2015, 17:36:27 Jonathan Calmels a écrit :
> > Could you be a little bit more explicit ?
> What? It is obvious and intuitive why an output cannot exhibit negative
> latency. Literally, that would be way back machine.
> > If it's forbidden, why does the initial code assume that the latency
> could
> > be negative ?
> The same code path is used in the input code, where negative latency is in
> fact possible (for virtual sources, notably monitor sources).
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> Rémi Denis-Courmont
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