[mythtv] Ticket #7426: Static noise from 96kHz/24bit audio files in MythMusic

Warpme warpme at o2.pl
Sat Nov 14 16:39:10 UTC 2009


Let me point out that from my perspective, message passed by my report 
is no "me too" but rather info that it is regression.

Maybe I wrongly interpreting comments of jyavenard (as for me it suggest 
that issue is result of limitations of mythtv/spdif).
Also nature of proposed solution is more workaround than RCA with final 
solution not decreasing myth functional level.

As in past all was OK, if I would be developer  - my msg will be key for 
me, as it change interpretation of issue from "it is design limitation" 
to "it is regression"

By above I disagree with Your kind remark about useless nature of my 

If You can't/don't have willingness/time/whatever to help resolve it - 
fine. I really appreciate Your work on myth.
But if if You want to do something with this issue - I'm trying to help 
- just by such reports.


MythTV wrote:
> #7426: Static noise from 96kHz/24bit audio files in MythMusic
> ---------------------------------------------------+------------------------
>  Reporter:  Paul Hooper <paul.a.hooper@…>          |       Owner:  jyavenard 
>      Type:  defect                                 |      Status:  infoneeded
>  Priority:  minor                                  |   Milestone:  unknown   
> Component:  MythTV - Audio Output                  |     Version:  0.22rc1   
>  Severity:  medium                                 |     Mlocked:  0         
> ---------------------------------------------------+------------------------
> Changes (by stuartm):
>   * status:  assigned => infoneeded
>   * milestone:  0.22 => unknown
> Comment:
>  Warpme, instead of a useless 'me too' you could have tested jyavenard's
>  patch.

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