Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 10664
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:37:55 EDT
Esound 0.2.18 cuts off the last part of any sound that is played, or on a
long file, corrupts the sound so that it is unlistenable.
I get this too. In particular, using mpg123 to play a 192kbps, 44100 Hz mp3
results in very broken-up sound. It sounds to me like it's playing the first
half-second (or less) of each second (or so) of sound, without even any pause
between them. mpg123 is called with "-b 2048". This occurs with esd
automatically spawned as well as invoked by hand.
Reverting esound to 0.2.17 fixes it.
2.2.15pre17 with the usb-backport patch
es1371 sound modules, kernel drivers (ie., not ESS; but also not OSS)
Contact me if you want me to try any patches or anything.
I think this change was to esd_send_file in the interests of correctness in
interpreting the .wav file format.