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Old 12-05-2006, 11:42 AM   #16
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Did that and still no result.

I registred on openal mailling list and got this answer.


This looks exactly like you have some sort of sample rate problems.

If you have enough time to hack through the sources, check if the
alutCreateBufferFromFile() loads the samplerate right way.

Also some people usually can't get any sound playback at selected
sample rate. This could be your problem - if you are using some
development versions of ALSA drivers, this usually shows up.

You wrote "A lot noise" - I assumed that's not a silent white noise
but something really BAD. Such noise appears when (for example)
1] loading signed integers as unsigned
2] loading 32/16bit integers as 16/8bit integers, respectively.

Hope this helps to find the problem.
I guess I'll go with some older version. Hacking in the source is not for me . Maybe this will be fixed in the next version.

Thanks all for your time.


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