Re: Audio API

If GNOME goes with the gstreamer api (with a higher
level api of libgst? monkeymedia?), could the user
switch the (mon-)soundserver on the fly through a
GConf key (maybe through a preference applet under an
advanced tab)?

--- iain <iain prettypeople org> wrote:
> On Tue, 2002-10-08 at 10:34, Guenter Bartsch wrote:
> > 
> > to me mas sounds like a pretty complicated
> architecture but on the other
> > hand it seems to be "the right thing todo" (tm) -
> i'd be very happy if
> > gnome settled for mas.
> Again I wouldn't.
> Why?
> I don't want to run a sound server. I have no need
> of one.
> With using GStreamer/CSL/PA we don't need to specify
> one sound server
> that suddenly goes unmaintained or piss off the
> people who want to have
> low latency audio shared with other applications,
> because they can't use
> JACK and GNOME apps and have to use MAS which
> doesn't do anything they
> want.
> In audio there are too many situations for one sound
> server to satisfy
> everyone.
> iain
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