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Re: [vfio-users] Why does the audio from VM crackle?



I have a on motherboard audio card that I can pass through to a vm without issues.
If I do the same with a usb audio device I also get the crackling on playback.
So I suspect it is due to the latency in the emulated usb.

Possible Solutions: 
 - Pass through a pci audio device. (on motherboard / extra audio card)
 - Pass through entire USB controller on pci level (read about this didn't yet try it myself)




Van: "rndbit" <rndbit sysret net>
Aan: vfio-users redhat com
Verzonden: Donderdag 9 juni 2016 09:17:29
Onderwerp: Re: [vfio-users] Why does the audio from VM crackle?

Check your DPC latency, it is one of causes for cracking sound. This is exact reason i stopped using vga passthrough for gaming..

On 2016.06.09 10:07, Abdulla Bubshait wrote:
I am not the only one who has this issue, but if you emulate an audio card you end up with occasional crackling audio output, which is sometimes associated with drops in FPS.

I know there are ways to pass audio devices to the VM directly, but in many setups it would be preferable to pass the audio to the host.

Does anyone know the reason the audio has distortion or crackling, and are there any known solutions to the problem?


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