JACK almost working
mrjoebain at gmail.com
Mon Jul 7 14:58:01 BST 2008
Hi sorry for the late reply. There is a screenshot
here<http://adam-a.co.uk/jack-setup.jpg>of my setup. Important things
are highlighted: in blue, use the '>' buttons
to select a different input and output (mine were 'hw:1 XioSynth' for
input and 'hw:0 Intel ICH6' for output). And in red, I had to set
periods/buffers to 8 otherwise jack would crash, this may be different for
different devices though.
Hope this helps,
2008/7/3 Christopher Stamper <christopherstamper at gmail.com>:
> Yeah, I'd love to be able to do that!
> Tell us how!
> On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 6:26 AM, Norio De Sousa <norio at maxiware.co.za>
>> Will you upload and link to a screenshot of your setup in qjackctl,
>> please? What you've described is *exactly* what I want to achieve.
>> Also, what version of jack are you using?
>> For me, it just doesn't work and I've tried many different configurations
>> and permutations :P
>> 2008/7/3 Joe Bain <mrjoebain at gmail.com>:
>>> I thought jack did support two soundcards, as long as they're not both
>>> trying to record or play. In qjackctl settings you can pick a seperate
>>> soundcard for input and output, I do this and use my laptop's onboard for
>>> playback and an external usb for recording at the same time.
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