I don't get what I should look. I can get the host module and then the
same in linux. In windows it uses the driver of the manufacturer. This
seems to be more something that I need to debug with the ovirt devs to
point out what I should trace. I don't know how to debug an USB stream.
What I can do is test the audio in the host and then see if it has a
difference in the passthrough.
On 29/6/19 06:46, Strahil wrote:
You can attach the usb to an oVirt node and check the module in use there.
Then you can try patthrough the device and check the module in use on
the VM (if it's linux) or install the driver (if Windows).
On Jun 28, 2019 21:11, Juan Pablo Lorier <jplorier(a)gmail.com> wrote:
thanks anyway. I'm trying to figure out how to deal with this.
El 26/6/19 a las 16:45, Strahil escribió:
Slow motion... This sounds like bad driver or an unoptimized one.
Sadly I have no more ideas how to overcome this.
On Jun 25, 2019 20:07, jplorier(a)gmail.com
Sorry for the late reply but google sent ovirt mails to spam.
I have tried and thought I get audio, it sounds like its
played at an incorrect bitrate (I recorded audio ant soundls
like slow motion audio).
Is there any other way to present the usb device than throught
console usb emulation?