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#191
in related news, i've compiled recent oscp-core in cygwin (ie. you can have windows core now). right now there is only .exe on sf binaries page which means you should have basic cygwin libs. going to make complete package later.
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#192
Performed some power consumption measurements of oscp against the stock mediabox: https://bpaste.net/show/cd54b9d3719c
Program to measure and calculate average: https://bpaste.net/show/2f85e21fac9c
Also added to the wiki.
 

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#193
cool, as a comment i should add that mediabox isnt stock mafw player, and l29ah's test showed that mediaplayer is using 415mW on speakers and 262mW on headphones (though stock player stops updating gui with screen off). also, oscp-ncurses mode is missing from measurements (though it should use the number close to gui-off)
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#194
Did some more measurements, added them to https://wiki.maemo.org/N900_Hardware...y_monitor_chip.
 

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#195
Thanks for this.

Regarding this http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php...67#post1473167, I get the same audio stutter when even tilting from portrait to landscape. in Panucci as in OSCP. The files are 320kb mp3 audiobook, it seems to overload the cpu or something with pulseaudio (usage is not great tho, less than 30 percent) Openmediaplayer does not have the same, plays it fine, but not gapless, which I prefer for my audiobooks.

What is a definite fix?

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#196
@Dongle Fongle: hmm, apparently any app (with exception of system media player and omp) is affected (i've tried oscp, mplayer, gst-launch). and it's not about cpu as it happens on low bitrate too. going to investigate further.
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#197
This is because OMP and system media player use MAFW unfortunately I have no idea what tricks mafw uses to prevent stuttering - I have the same problem in qmlradio so hope you will resolve it.
 

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#198
Love it. Is it possible, and a good idea, to use it as default player?
 

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#199
hmm, might be possible, but isn't implemented yet. you can easily add it via helper (which would be using remote protocol commands and a checker if core is running). and adding it to /usr/share/applications/defaults.list or something similar.

remote commands:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/osc...e.txt/download

to have fun with running core (port is configurable by either config file or option): telnet localhost coreport

i don't remember if running oscp-remote.py with a param would start playing it (you can try). oscp was meant to be self-contained, low deps, standalone alternative, so no effort was put into integrating it tightly with the system. i may add it into todo if you really want it
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#200
I tried running oscp-remote.py with a param but couldn't get it to work. Will give it another try though and see if I at least can get some logs or similar.

The only need I have for it as a default player is to start it from gPodder with a stream or file. Hence maybe I'm tackling this in the wrong way.

All suggestions are welcome.
 
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