Jitsi is really awesome function-wise, it has almost everything I need, but
this f*cking audio issues driving me mad!
With portaudio I get major clicking and gaps (discarded packets up to 40%)
in playback stream - completely unusable. With pulse (don't actualy use it,
but installed for testing) things become much better, almost no gaps, just
minor to moderate clicking sounds - usable, but really annoying. And I
don't want pulse in my system. Capture stream not yet tested much.
Tested on google talk and several SIP, tried enabling/disabling codecs,
OpenJDK and SunJava - all with more or less same results. STDERR shows
nothing serious related to portaudio/alsa.
What the heck is wrong here?
I already loose the whole working day googling and trying to get it working
properly to no avail, while any other communication/audio related software
just works flawlessly. I've also got linphone installed, not sure whether
or not it uses portaudio in debian's binary, but audio quality is perfect
as it can be in particular case.
Here is some sys info, if that would be of any help.
*attached jitsi_stderr is taken from run before pulse was installed, thats
why it complains about it.
Jitsi installed from deb pkg.
Audio device is integrated IntelHD (Realtek ALC892,
Debian testing, custom 3.14.15 x86_64 kernel built from debian sources with
BFS patch, RCU preemt, hz1k, dynticks. Stock debian 3.14 and 3.2 kernels -
Test recordings has no clicking sounds, but gaps should be clearly
jitsi_stderr (7.92 KB)
proc_asound_cards (204 Bytes)
proc_asound_devices (523 Bytes)
proc_asound_card0_codec0 (16 KB)
proc_asound_hwdep (95 Bytes)
proc_asound_pcm (315 Bytes)
firstname.lastname@example.org (287 KB)
email@example.com (431 KB)