Bug#492003: libgstreamer0.10-0: broken output of multiple streams

Sebastian Dröge slomo at circular-chaos.org
Mon Jan 19 17:23:40 UTC 2009

Am Mittwoch, den 23.07.2008, 08:37 +0200 schrieb Tino Keitel:
> Package: libgstreamer0.10-0
> Version: 0.10.20-1
> Severity: normal
> If I play music via a gstreamer application and then play other music with
> another application, I get the following behaviour:
> 1. I start to play the first stream via gstreamer (I tested rhytmbox,
> quodlibet, xfmedia)
> 2. the output of the first stream via digital output is ok
> 3. no output in the internal speaker of my Mac mini
> 4. I start to play a second stream (no matter if this is a gstreamer app or
> not)
> 5. one channel of the digital output now plays a _very_ distorted second
> stream (sounds like 1 kHz sampling rate), the other channel is ok
> 6. the analog output with the internal speaker is the other way round: the
> second stream is ok, the first stream is distorted
> This does not happen if I play 2 streams with non-gstreamer applications.
> like xine or mplayer.
> I also tested with a fresh user without .gconf* .gstreamer-0.* .gnome* in
> the home directory, without success.
> Please give any advise what I could to to fix this, to at least to give more
> information so that it can be fixed.

which audio output sink are you using (see the gnome sound properties)?
This sounds more like a driver issue to me when playing multiple streams
at different sampling rates.
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