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jdelay - measure sound card latency
Jdelay is a simple JACK application that you can use to measure the latency of your sound
card. It uses a phase measurements on a set of tones to measure the delay from the output
to the input. Accuracy is about 1/1000 of a sample.
To use Jdelay, first start a JACK server and then start jdelay in a console. It will
create an input port and an output port. Connect them in some manner (for instance with
the QjackCtl patchbay), and check the output on the console to see the delay, measured in
SUGGESTIONS AND BUG REPORTS
Any bugs found should be reported to the upstream author and/or package maintainer.
The project homepage is at http://users.skynet.be/solaris/linuxaudio/. Released under the
GNU General Public License.
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