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post #181 of 189 Old 04-05-2016, 10:29 AM
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Yeah, I was only processing audio on the HTPC (unless the HTPC was the video source).

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millst did you use graphstudio tu create these wasapi input to jriver program? could you be more specific? I am trying to get the spdif input of a lynx to communicate with jriver
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No, from what I remember, the Directshow filters have large buffers and it's difficult (impossible?) to get less than 500ms delay. That's fine for conversion, but I needed something near real-time. I was creating a C++ app based on the liba52 library, WASAPI API, and ASIO SDK.

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any chance you could share this nice program? I would like to test it with my lynx. Can it be made compatible with another soundcard? I would be very interested in such a workaround.
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It's been over a year since I looked at it and only in a prototype phase. It was targeted to the JRiver ASIO input and a console application with a text menu...not ready for integration into a HTPC setup. It just wasn't worth the time and money to put everything together. It wasn't going to compete with a pre-pro. I was only considering that solution in the first place because I had some unique requirements for driving three zones digitally.

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If I wanted to set up something similar, how would I open an spdif input with wasapi? which console program?
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I don't know of any software that does it, which is why I was writing code.

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do you mind if I test your software on my system?
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Sorry, it's not in distributable form and I'm not interested in spending time on it as I've already moved on from the concept. Just buy a pre-pro...it's cheaper and involves many less headaches.

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