SurroundSound, Pulseaudio & CPU Usage
Well, that would certainly help to trace the problem with pulseaudio, yes.
But I must admit that I'm hoping someone here has a more pleasant
suggestion. Something like a magical solution or that obvious shot I'd
never think about =)
Anyway, I don't believe that it's really a pulseaudio bug, so I'm
afraid to file a bug for it, but I'm beggining to change my mind =(
On Mon, Apr 14, 2008 at 8:29 PM, Ophidian <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Gustavo Campos wrote:
> > My point is:
> > Is there any way to tell pulseaudio not to eat my cpu that much?
> > Or better: Is there a solution that would allow me to be a happy child
> > without having to use pulseaudio and it's extra layer between me and
> > my beloved hardware?
> > You guys can't imagine how much I played with google and alsa without
> > solution before I surrended to pulseaudio. If you show me a better
> > solution I'll feel myself stupid, but happy.
> You might get your best results if you email Lennart and/or open a ticket
> at http://pulseaudio.org/
> "The goblins are in charge of maintenance? Why not just set it on fire now
> and call it a day?"
> --Whip Tongue, Viashino Technician
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