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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0007894||bugs||2020-02-02 20:34||2020-03-15 17:39|
|Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0007894: Latency Measurement Tool should allow me to proceed even with inverted wiring|
|Description||I have Soundcraft Notepad-12FX external mixer with USB IO. When I attempted to automatically measure the latency, I connected the USB to the AUX bus and hardwired it to the input 0000001, selected the right ALSA audio equivalents in Ardour, and started the measurement. As I adjusted the mixer levels I immediately got reasonable-looking results, but with it ended with: "Systemic latency: 593 samples (13.447ms) (inverted - bad wiring)"|
At this point the latency was measured, but I couldn't proceed - The "Use results" button was grayed-out.
After an adventure using two stereo cables and some alligator clips to fix the inversion, the final latency measurement was identical to the one when I hard-wired with the inversion.
I think I should have been allowed to proceed to use the originally-detected values, even though the signal was inverted. I think the warning about the inversion is useful, but shouldn't be blocking since the main point of the tool (measuring latency) doesn't seem to depend on the inversion.
Maybe if I click "Use results" with a detected signal inversion, there should be a small popup dialog warning me about why this signal inversion is important (I'm actually not sure why it matters - Everything this hardware does sounds correct to my ears), but let me proceed anyway after confirming I have read the warning.
|Steps To Reproduce||Measure latency with an inverted signal path.|
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