[chuck-users] how to set bufsize in miniaudicle

Spencer Salazar ssalazar at CS.Princeton.EDU
Thu Sep 28 09:05:29 EDT 2006

Hmm, that would depend on your platform...

On Mac OS X its not possible (yet).

On Windows, open regedit (Start -> Run... -> type "regedit" and hit  
OK).  Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER -> Software -> miniAudicle ->  
VM.  On the right side, you should see the text "SampleBufferSize";  
double click this and a dialog will pop up letting you choose a new  
buffer size.  Note that by default, this value is specified in  
hexadecimal, you should click the "Decimal" button if you want it  
interpreted in base 10.  You'll have to restart miniAudicle for it to  
notice the change (actually its probably a better idea to close down  
miniAudicle first before changing it).

On Linux, you can use the same command line option --bufsize###, or  
look for the text "SampleBufferSize=512" in the file ~/.miniAudicle,  
and edit that line appropriately.  Next time you start up miniAudicle  
it should set the buffer size accordingly.

In the next major miniAudicle release, there will be a preferences  
window for the Linux/Windows versions so one doesn't have to be  
bothered editing registry/preferences files.

hope this helps!

On Sep 28, 2006, at 5:59 AM, vb wrote:

> hello chuckers,
> just started looking into chuck and miniaudicle and already had a lot
> of fun playing with it.
> thanks a lot for making this available!
> i'm wondering how to set the bufsize when using miniaudicle (v.
> using chuck in the terminal, i can do something like:
> 	chuck --bufsize512 myFile.ck
> how would i do this in miniaudicle?
> thanks,
> volker.
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