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marioquarK
i tried out http://netjack.sourceforge.net/ . it starts correctly and
creates the net_pcm driver in the JACK connections of both PCs, but i
can't get no sound... why?

so how should i use netjack?
i'd like also to know if netjack trasports audio data (only master PC
play sounds) or if every laptop plays his own music, using LAN only to
synchronize. in the latter case, do i must create another alsa_pcm
channel below the net_pcm one?
thanx!!!

quark

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Re: NetJack

Wolfgang Woehl
Mittwoch, 19. September 2007 marioquarK:
> i tried out http://netjack.sourceforge.net/ . it starts correctly and
> creates the net_pcm driver in the JACK connections of both PCs, but i
> can't get no sound... why?

Firewall?

> so how should i use netjack?
> i'd like also to know if netjack trasports audio data (only master PC
> play sounds) or if every laptop plays his own music, using LAN only to
> synchronize. in the latter case, do i must create another alsa_pcm
> channel below the net_pcm one?

netjack transports audio between a master (or local) machine and slave (or
remote) machines, both directions if you route accordingly.

The jackd that you run on a slave (remote machine) uses its network interface
as a "soundcard" instead of the real soundcard.

The jackd that you run on the master (local machine) uses its real soundcard.
The jack client called "jacknet_client" picks up the networked audio from
slaves.

If you want the slave machines to play "their" audio on their own soundcard
you need to run and connect alsa_out.

Wolfgang

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Re: NetJack

marioquarK
In reply to this post by marioquarK
i solved my problem!
i had only to put a -l 2 to the jacknet_client to enlarge latency... it
was simple :)
thanx a lot
quark



-------- Messaggio Originale  --------
Oggetto: Re: [Jackit-devel] NetJack
Data: Sun, 23 Sep 2007 15:27:09 +0200
Da: Wolfgang Woehl <[hidden email]>
A: [hidden email]
Referenze: <[hidden email]>

Mittwoch, 19. September 2007 marioquarK:
> i tried out http://netjack.sourceforge.net/ . it starts correctly and
> creates the net_pcm driver in the JACK connections of both PCs, but i
> can't get no sound... why?

Firewall?

> so how should i use netjack?
> i'd like also to know if netjack trasports audio data (only master PC
> play sounds) or if every laptop plays his own music, using LAN only to
> synchronize. in the latter case, do i must create another alsa_pcm
> channel below the net_pcm one?

netjack transports audio between a master (or local) machine and slave (or
remote) machines, both directions if you route accordingly.

The jackd that you run on a slave (remote machine) uses its network
interface
as a "soundcard" instead of the real soundcard.

The jackd that you run on the master (local machine) uses its real
soundcard.
The jack client called "jacknet_client" picks up the networked audio from
slaves.

If you want the slave machines to play "their" audio on their own soundcard
you need to run and connect alsa_out.

Wolfgang

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