Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 788717
Review Request: lv2-ir - An LV2 impulse response reverb plugin
Last modified: 2016-09-13 17:48:40 EDT
LV2 is a standard for plugins and matching host applications, mainly
targeted at audio processing and generation.
lv2-ir is a no-latency/low-latency, realtime, high performance signal convolver especially for creating reverb effects. Supports impulse responses with 1, 2 or 4 channels, in any soundfile format supported by libsndfile.
lv2-ir has a dependency on another review, lv2-instance-access (bug 784605)
From zita convolver README:
6. The Convproc::start_process() function.
As is version 2.0 this call takes two arguments, a thread
priority and a thread scheduling class. In 2.0 the second
defaulted to SCHED_FIFO. In version 3.0 you have to supply
both arguments. If you are using a Convproc in 'batch mode'
(see above) just use zero for both. In all other cases, the
priority and scheduling class values _must_ be those of the
thread that will be calling Convproc::process(), and the
scheduling class _must_ be a real-time one (FIFO or RR).
If this is not observed things may appear to work but will
fail sooner or later.
This is why I patched lv2-ir the way described in https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=814915
Updated to use new lv2 package.
This will most likely undergo a package name change
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