[ecasound] ecasound/jack quandary

From: Justin Rosander <myrddinemrys@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Sun Jan 29 2006 - 23:41:38 EET

Hey all,
I'm trying to record using a jack setup, and I can't seem to get the
darn bitrate and samplerate going right. Without jack, I can record and
playback with ecasound at 16,2,96000. I can start jack at the same
values. However, AFTER I start jack, this is what I get when running
pelleas:~/fibre/samples1# ecasound -f:s16_le,2,96000 -i:jack_alsa
ecasound v2.4.1 (C) 1997-2005 Kai Vehmanen
- [ Session created ]
----------------------------------------------------------- [ Chainsetup
created (cmdline) ] ----------------------------------------------
[ Connecting chainsetup ]
'rtlowlatency' buffering mode selected.
(eca-chainsetup) Audio object "jack_alsa", mode "read".
(audio-io) Format: f32_le, channels 2, srate 48000, noninterleaved.
(eca-chainsetup) Audio object "jack_alsa", mode "write".
(audio-io) Format: f32_le, channels 2, srate 48000, noninterleaved.
- [ Chainsetup connected ]
-----------------------------------------------------(eca-control-objects) Connected chainsetup: "command-line-setup".
- [ Controller/Starting batch processing ]
-------------------------------------- [ Engine init - Driver start ]
-----------------------------------------------(eca-engine) Using
realtime-scheduling (SCHED_FIFO).

I've googled, I've fiddled, I've RTFM'd, and I'm not sure what I am
doing wrong. Any pointers would be great. If not, oh well. I know I
can do what I need to do without jack. It would just be nicer to be
able to use jack.

I'm using:
AGNULA/DeMuDi 1.2 stable
ecasound 2.4.1
jack 0.99.54


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