Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: rock video
Re: rock video
From: John Wunder <john.wunder02_at_stjohns.edu>
Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2004 16:57:53 -0400
> The sound is what's in your file, I'm not to be blamed for that...
Oh I know, I think it's something about how the files are encoded.
> Is it in mine?
> I'll update my filter tonight, maybe it's gone then. Otherwise, I'm
> interested in such material.
I'm not sure. It plays fine(using a default renderer) so it INVOLVES your
filter but I'm not sure it's BECAUSE of your filter...it might be writing
the file that's causing it. Maybe I'll try another file writer and see if
the same thing happens. Either way I'm gonna chop up one of them and see
what I can do to it to get it to work every time. I'll try it with the new
It happens after it sends the first(and only) timing message, so it's at
starting correctly. It writes about 30-40 KB of data then dies with the
> The behaviour may indeed differ. It's separate threads pumping data, they
> get preempted at OS's will, so the constellation is very unreproduceable.
Oh ok, that makes sense...it doesn't explain why it's crashing but at least
I know I'm not going insane.
Received on 2004-04-13