Here is what it says there:
Specify parameters used when opening an audio output device. For ALSA, the format
<b>:<p>:<f>:<m> is used where <b> is the buffer time in milliseconds (values less
than 500) or size in bytes (default 40ms); <p> is the period count (values less
than 50) or size in bytes (default 4 periods); <f> is the sample format (possible
values: 16, 24, 24_3 or 32); <m> is whether to use mmap (possible values: 0 or 1).
For PortAudio, the value is simply the target latency in milliseconds. When the
output is sent to standard output, the value can be 16, 24 or 32, which denotes the
sample size in bits.
So how would I put that in the „ALSA Parameter“ part under „Audioplayer“ I did a „a b32“ to say buffer time 32 in size. But I don’t think that is the right way to do it. They should show some examples on that man page.
- This reply was modified 9 months, 1 week ago by Raymond Day.