[CLAM] Re: problem using NE...
David García Garzón
dgarcia at iua.upf.edu
Fri Mar 28 09:20:45 PDT 2008
Tonal analysis is cpu hungry. If your cpu is not powerfull enough you won't be
able to run it in realtime with jack and the process will be zombified as you
describe. So check the cpu and if it is too busy try the tonal analysis
alone. Another thing you can try is enabling the release mode when
configuring the libraries:
scons configure release=1
On Friday 28 March 2008 15:05:45 Natanael Olaiz wrote:
> The problem seems to appears only when I use the TonalAnalysis object...
> Natanael Olaiz wrote:
> > Further information:
> > When it stops, the console says: "zombified - calling shutdown handler"
> > But: if I add an Audiosource object to the network, and connect it to
> > the AudioSink, make it play and connect in the Jack (a loopback
> > input-output) it works..., and then I can connect again the FileReader
> > (instead the Audiosource) to the AudioSink and the original network
> > also works.
> > The example network files seems to work ok.
> > Any idea?
> > Natanael.
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