On Wed, Sep 27, 2000 at 10:44:20PM +0100, Fergal Daly wrote:
> >written which, instead of passing digital data to D/A sound hardware, simply
> >buffers said digital data and then saves it to disk, for subsequent
> >conversion to the digital format (MP3) of choice ?
>> It's been done already, I this with reference to saving Real Audio streams
> a couple of years ago.
>> In fact a quick search turned up paudio
This is exactly what I was thinking of. I knew it was too good an idea for
me to have been the first one to think of it :-)
Of course paudio won't help with SDMI playing under Linux, assuming that a
player won't be available in reasonable time - for that, a paudio thing
would need writing for 'doze.
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