This is the command jack-play that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
jack-play - JACK Sound File Player
jack-play [options] sound-file...
-b : Set the disk buffer size in frames (default=4096). This value must be a power of two.
If the JACK period size at any time exceeds this value the player will halt.
-c : Set the sample rate conversion algorithm (default=2). Values are:
SRC_SINC_BEST_QUALITY = 0, SRC_SINC_MEDIUM_QUALITY = 1, SRC_SINC_FASTEST = 2,
SRC_ZERO_ORDER_HOLD = 3 and SRC_LINEAR = 4.
-i : Set the initial disk seek in frames (default=0).
-m : Set the minimal disk transfer size in frames (default=32). This is an optimization
-n : Set the client name (default=jack-play).
-q : Set the frame size to request data from the ringbuffer (default=64). This is an
-r : Set the resampling ratio multiplier (default=1.0).
-t : Run in JACK transport aware mode.
-u : Do not make client name unique by appending process identifier.
jack-play is a light-weight JACK sound file player. It creates as many output ports as
there are channels in the input file. It will connect to ports mentioned in the
environment variable JACK_PLAY_CONNECT_TO which must include a %d pattern to indicate port
number, otherwise it implements no connection logic, use jack-plumbing(1) instead.
jack-play will read files in any format supported by libsndfile, and will resample to
match the server sample rate using libsamplerate.
Use jack-play online using onworks.net services