laptop and desktop
Posted Sep 19, 2008 18:33 UTC (Fri) by dmarti
In reply to: LPC: Linux audio: it's a mess
Parent article: LPC: Linux audio: it's a mess
Non-laptop desktop machines are getting more power-aware, though, in order to get the "Energy Star" sticker needed to sell to government and big companies. So the nifty buffer-management features are going to be relevant to people who aren't on battery.
Jim Gettys mentioned this project: AudioFile : a network-transparent system for distributed audio applications. It look as if PulseAudio is picking up on AF's buffering model.
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