[Bug 1582871] Re: fraunhoffer glitches
martin.pitt at ubuntu.com
Tue May 17 20:38:45 UTC 2016
Which music player are you using? Reassigning to rhythmbox for now, but
if you use a different one please reassign.
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im guessing this is the right package here.(the hell theres no
-heaven forbid we use non-free COMMON codecs here, but Im getting a
weird glitch and its been happening for some years now.
Maybe upstream debian code.
You play music. time passes. You hear glitches in the music like
brownout or a bad tape. But these are mp3s...you replay the file
position and it sounds fine.
my files are otherwise fine.
---and I cant use mp3 diags to fix my files, it keeps saying it needs
this should never be. Im thinking its a glitch in the codec somewhere.
happens randomly but peridically repeatable when playing back music.
Im on SATA 8mb buffered drive with GIGS of RAM and hardly nuthin running. This shouldnt be happening.
Dunno if vorbis has this issue because all of my hardware(even itunes) prefers mp3.
nightengale more specifically is restricted now to free only and im
not seeing the option for plugin as non-free mp3 support. ubu plays
FREE codecs fine, so y use nightengale? (pointless drivel)
but multiple projects are affected by this. rpmfusion was notified of
this but shrugs shoulders as what to do.
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