Opened 23 months ago

Last modified 7 months ago

#16331 new bug

Unable to play audio CDs

Reported by: BeOSR Owned by: bga
Priority: normal Milestone: Unscheduled
Component: File Systems/cdda Version: R1/beta2
Keywords: Cc:
Blocked By: Blocking: #17223
Platform: All


After mounting audio CD's, these are not recognised by any audio app and MediaPlayer is unable to play them (stops after a second or two)

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Bug_mediaplayer_2020-06-30_21-28.png (38.4 KB ) - added by BeOSR 23 months ago.
MediaPlayer debug output
Bug_mediaplayer_2020-07-03_21-28.png (497.5 KB ) - added by BeOSR 23 months ago.
Output from ffplay

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Change History (7)

comment:1 by diver, 23 months ago

I'm afraid there is not enough information in this ticket. What errors do you get? Start MediaPlayer from Terminal and see what it outputs there.

by BeOSR, 23 months ago

MediaPlayer debug output

comment:2 by diver, 23 months ago

Can you play it in ffplay? pkgman install cmd:ffplay

by BeOSR, 23 months ago

Output from ffplay

comment:3 by BeOSR, 23 months ago

It's very weird: I tried several apps, and the results vary wildly: ffplay: works without a hitch. MediaPlayer: zilch, doesn't work at all. Audacious: reads something, but is completely hacked up, as if every frame is read and rendered a dozen times before going to the next frame and doing the same. Fre:ac: works fine, apart from getting track info from internet. QMMP: doesn't work at all, same as MediaPlayer, but completely crashes the app (Shift-Ctrl-Alt click required to kill it). Clementine: doesn't play, buffers during 4-5 seconds, then advances 1 second and buffers during 4-5 seconds again before advancing another second and so on.

Maybe the issue is some Linux library, but that wouldn't explain MediaPlayer, right?

Attached is the output I got from ffplay.

comment:4 by waddlesplash, 7 months ago

Component: - GeneralFile Systems/cdda
Keywords: audio CD playing removed
Owner: changed from nobody to bga

It appears cddafs does not use the file cache at all. That might explain some of the stranger behavior here.

comment:5 by waddlesplash, 7 months ago

Blocking: 17223 added
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