Audacious 3.4 no gapless playing with ALSA output

Bug #1198432 reported by Hotteterre on 2013-07-06
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Bug Description

After upgrading Audacious to version 3.4 from Webupd8 ppa, with ALSA output I cannot obtain gapless playing anymore: a gap appears now at the end of every track.
I also noticed that the larger is the buffer, the more the gap's lenght increases. With the default buffer of 500 ms the gap is about a second or less; with greater buffers, it's about several seconds.
Switching to PulseAudio output, the issue disappears at all!

I'm running Audacious on Ubuntu 13.04 with 64 bit architecture.

Raymond (superquad-vortex2) wrote :

do you mean alsa-pulse plugin since maximum buffer size of snd-hda-intel driver in 13.04 is 64Kbytes (0.375 second) ?

cat /proc/asound/card0/pcm0p/sub0/prealloc

Hotteterre (luca-rossetto) wrote :

But... I configured Audacious tou use ALSA bypassing PulseAudio and sending the output directly to the soundcard. Why alsa-pulse?

Hotteterre (luca-rossetto) wrote :

P.S.: Raymond, thank you for answering!

Hotteterre (luca-rossetto) wrote :

An Audacious developer, John Lindgren, added a patch: in the unstable 3.5 version the bug is resolved. Thank you for reading!

Changed in audacious (Ubuntu):
status: New → Fix Released
Changed in audacious:
status: New → Fix Released
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