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Help with audio issues

Post by odorono » Sat Feb 29, 2020 10:41 am

Hello all,

hope someone can help. After quite a few issues, I managed to successfully install iZotope RX 7 Audio Editor. It installed with no issues at all, and now it starts just fine too. However:

- when playing audio, only a weird noise is playing. This makes the software pretty much unusable. Here's the izotope's output:

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000d:err:menubuilder:init_xdg error looking up the desktop directory
0009:fixme:ntdll:NtQuerySystemInformation info_class SYSTEM_PERFORMANCE_INFORMATION
002c:fixme:ver:GetCurrentPackageId (0x97ffefc (nil)): stub
0030:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid channel mask: 2/10 and 3(3)
0030:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: 7
0030:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid channel mask: 2/10 and 3(3)
0030:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: 9
0030:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: -1
0033:fixme:avrt:AvSetMmThreadCharacteristicsW (L"Pro Audio",0D27FF28): stub
0033:fixme:avrt:AvSetMmThreadPriority (12345678)->(2) stub
0034:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid channel mask: 2/10 and 3(3)
0034:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: 7
0034:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid channel mask: 2/10 and 3(3)
0034:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: 9
0034:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: -1
0036:fixme:avrt:AvSetMmThreadCharacteristicsW (L"Pro Audio",0D38FF28): stub
0036:fixme:avrt:AvSetMmThreadPriority (12345678)->(2) stub
003a:fixme:d3d:state_linepattern_w Setting line patterns is not supported in OpenGL core contexts.
0041:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid channel mask: 2/10 and 3(3)
0041:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: 7
0041:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid channel mask: 2/10 and 3(3)
0041:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: 9
0041:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: -1
0043:fixme:avrt:AvSetMmThreadCharacteristicsW (L"Pro Audio",1C19FF28): stub
0043:fixme:avrt:AvSetMmThreadPriority (12345678)->(2) stub
0044:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid channel mask: 2/10 and 3(3)
0044:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: 7
0044:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid channel mask: 2/10 and 3(3)
0044:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: 9
0044:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: -1
0046:fixme:avrt:AvSetMmThreadCharacteristicsW (L"Pro Audio",1C19FF28): stub
0046:fixme:avrt:AvSetMmThreadPriority (12345678)->(2) stub
0065:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid channel mask: 2/10 and 3(3)
0065:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: 7
0065:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid channel mask: 2/10 and 3(3)
0065:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: 9
0065:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: -1
006d:fixme:avrt:AvSetMmThreadCharacteristicsW (L"Pro Audio",21E9FF28): stub
006d:fixme:avrt:AvSetMmThreadPriority (12345678)->(2) stub
0078:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid channel mask: 2/10 and 3(3)
0078:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: 7
0078:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid channel mask: 2/10 and 3(3)
0078:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: 9
0078:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: -1
007a:fixme:avrt:AvSetMmThreadCharacteristicsW (L"Pro Audio",21E9FF28): stub
007a:fixme:avrt:AvSetMmThreadPriority (12345678)->(2) stub
008a:err:ntdll:RtlpWaitForCriticalSection section 0x9a01688 "?" wait timed out in thread 008a, blocked by 0089, retrying (60 sec)
009c:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid channel mask: 2/10 and 3(3)
009c:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: 7
009c:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid channel mask: 2/10 and 3(3)
009c:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: 9
009c:err:pulse:pulse_spec_from_waveformat Invalid format! Channel spec valid: 0, format: -1
009e:fixme:avrt:AvSetMmThreadCharacteristicsW (L"Pro Audio",1E2CFF28): stub
009e:fixme:avrt:AvSetMmThreadPriority (12345678)->(2) stub
Seems to be something related to Pulseaudio. I'm using wine 5.0, and as stated in the wine wiki I've unset PULSE_LATENCY_MSEC and checked that buffering values in /etc/pulse/daemon.conf are set to default values.

- also, it crashes when trying to open mp3 files, but it opens wave files without issues. I guess there's some codecs missing? Is there anything I can install using winetricks that would fix the issue?

Hope someone can help! Thanks in advance

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Re: Help with audio issues

Post by william341 » Tue May 12, 2020 7:36 am

A work around for this issue is to switch your audio settings to use ALSA in winetricks. Then, for me, the application worked perfectly for me, how ever the "De-crackle" tool specifically was signifigantly slower.

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Re: Help with audio issues

Post by odorono » Thu May 14, 2020 1:37 pm

Thanks for your reply! That's interesting, I'll give a try.
Although I've been running Izotope in a virtual windows machine using Virtualbox, and it works pretty. Kinda slow when running some tools of course, I wonder if using wine would be any faster at all. Have you by any chance tried running both alternatives and performing the same task?

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