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Changes between Version 32 and Version 33 of Sound


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Timestamp:
11/16/15 08:32:47 (5 years ago)
Author:
Antoine Martin
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  • Sound

    v32 v33  
    2626* {{{sound-source=PLUGIN}}}: Specifies the GStreamer sound plugin used for capturing the sound stream. This affects "speaker forwarding" on the server, and "microphone" forwarding on the client. To get a list of options use the special value ''help''. It is also possible to specify plugin options using the form {{{ "−−sound−source=SOURCE name1=value1,name2=value2,etc"}}}, ie: {{{"−−sound−source=pulse device=device.alsa_input.pci−0000_00_14.2.analog−stereo"}}}
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    28 Other controls only available through environment variables for fine tuning:
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     30Other controls only available through environment variables for fine tuning - which should rarely be needed:
    2931* {{{XPRA_GSTREAMER1}}} (defaults to {{{1}}}) set to {{{0}}} to try to use GStreamer 0.10 instead of 0.10
    3032* {{{XPRA_ALLOW_SOUND_LOOP}}} (defaults to {{{0}}}) can be set to {{{1}}} to forward sound to / from the same pulseaudio server, potentially creating a loop (not recommended)
     
    3234* {{{XPRA_SOUND_CODEC_ENABLE_xxxx}}} (replace xxxx with a codec name): can be used to force enable a specific codec (not recommended)
    3335* {{{XPRA_SOUND_QUEUE_TIME}}} can be used to control the default amount of buffering on the receiver.
     36* {{{XPRA_SOUND_GRACE_PERIOD}}} (defaults to {{{2000}}}, in milliseconds) errors will be ignored during this grace period after starting sound forwarding, to allow the sound forwarding to settle down
     37* {{{XPRA_SOUND_SINK}}}: the default sink to use (auto-detected)
     38* {{{XPRA_SOURCE_APPSINK}}}: the "appsink" to use for capturing sound
     39* {{{XPRA_SOUND_SOURCE_JITTER}}} (defaults to {{{0}}}) fault injection which can be used to simulate jitter
    3440}}}
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