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Thread: Audio Issues

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    Audio Issues

    RR 13.04 audio is choppy when playing audio files also when playing video clips or youtube.
    I though it was a flash problem so I uninstalled adobe flash and installed Gnash to have the same issue.I will try later with Lightspark but most likely it's an Audio problem from the Distro.

    Intel Dual Core 2.3GHz
    8GB RAM
    Intel Audio Bridge.

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    Re: Audio Issues

    If you have the problem playing audio files, it has nothing to do with flash, so you may be barking up the wrong tree.

    Does top tell you if anything else is using all the cpu cycles when playing audio files?

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    Re: Audio Issues

    like i said in my first post
    is anything that has to do with video or audio
    youtube (Firefox)
    mp3 play (Rhythmbox)
    flv play (Media Player)
    it's all choppy and that did not happen until today's upgrades
    of course flash has a lot to do with youtube and you never know what else,so there is no wrong tree barking here,hehehehehe
    it's hehehehehe,lol

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    Re: Audio Issues

    Quote Originally Posted by kuvanito View Post
    like i said in my first post
    is anything that has to do with video or audio
    youtube (Firefox)
    mp3 play (Rhythmbox)
    flv play (Media Player)
    it's all choppy and that did not happen until today's upgrades
    of course flash has a lot to do with youtube and you never know what else,so there is no wrong tree barking here,hehehehehe
    it's hehehehehe,lol
    That's why I suggested running top, to see if there is anything using extra resources.

    How does flash produce audio, if it doesn't use the sound system on your motherboard?

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