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>implying that Linux player not locking file = none do on any OS, From: Jplay - just another scam? Topic ID: 92856
post Feb 15 2012, 14:13
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QUOTE (kraut @ Jan 12 2012, 05:05) *
jplay pre-loads complete playlist into RAM guaranteeing zero disk I/O during music reproduction.
Maximal Priority Scheduling......

Is there any veracity to such claims? Knowing what little I know about computer audio (which is not all that much, despite having put together my own audio server with all the necessary hard and software) I really doubt there is any substance to the assertions. The only benefit I can see is to the developer charging something like 99$.....

Try a little experiment.

Copy an audio file in a tmp directory.
Open and play this file with your favourite player (vlc, mplayer, media player, foobar2000 ....)
And ... cancel the file (don't move in the trash but cancel it from the disk!!!)

What's happen ?
Normally the player continue to play without any problem.

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