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Old 6th December 2015, 17:03   #173
pbelkner
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Originally Posted by Cool Barn View Post
However with 0.12.0 once I started moving that slider quickly then it would randomly pop up, even if I increased all the buffer sizes to the maximum
What do you think does AUDCLNT_E_BUFFER_TOO_LARGE mean? For me (as non native speaker) it reads as "buffer too large". Or am I wrong? Why are you wondering getting AUDCLNT_E_BUFFER_TOO_LARGE when you "increased all the buffer sizes to the maximum"?

With v0.12.0 it is possible to configure larger buffer sizes then with v0.11.0. But nobody told you to make use of it. Do you not remember my advice to set the buffer sizes to the minimum from where you can achieve stable buffers?
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Originally Posted by pbelkner View Post
The buffers should be stable, i.e. they should not jump around on short time scales. There may be just some small fluctuations on larger time scales. If the buffers are jumping around on short time scales increase buffer sizes, start with device period and only if it not works ring buffer size. An optimal value for buffer sizes is the minimum size with stable buffers.
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