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

Warpme warpme at o2.pl
Sat Nov 14 17:52:16 UTC 2009


Thx for this.

Indeed not testing jyavenard patch and complaining wasn't fair.
Reason why I not tested patch was, it require some effort (I'm using 
myth as diskless appliance so it is little more complicated than simple  
make make install). Also patch description suggests that solution 
workaround type of solution (downsampling to 16bit).
Even if it works OK - IMHO it is not  acceptable as  it leads to loose 
24/96 quality.

If there will be patch resolving this issue without quality degradation 
- I'll be more than happy to help i.e. via testing it.


MythTV wrote:
> #7426: Static noise from 96kHz/24bit audio files in MythMusic
> ---------------------------------------------------+------------------------
>  Reporter:  Paul Hooper <paul.a.hooper@…>          |       Owner:  jyavenard
>      Type:  defect                                 |      Status:  assigned 
>  Priority:  minor                                  |   Milestone:  unknown  
> Component:  MythTV - Audio Output                  |     Version:  0.22rc1  
>  Severity:  medium                                 |     Mlocked:  0        
> ---------------------------------------------------+------------------------
> Comment(by danielk):
>  Everyone calm down.
>  Warpme, if the patch does not resolve your problem, please open a new
>  ticket with a clear description of your problem. Posts to tickets send an
>  e-mail to all MythTV developers and all those on the svn mailing list it
>  is a very poor place to argue the merits of a bug report.
>  Robert, the post most certainly belongs in the mailing list. Clearing up
>  any confusion as to what is helpful information is something that should
>  be done in a conversational forum. In this case there was a patch so
>  telling jyavenard there was a regression without testing his solution was
>  not terribly helpful, but as a general rule it is helpful to know whether
>  a problem is a regression or not; regressions can be considerably easier
>  to fix. As a non-developer Warpme could not be expected to understand this
>  nuance without it being explained to him first.
>  Now please continue any discussion on the mailing list. Tickets should be
>  "just the facts".

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