[PyQt] multiple sound files in queue in phonon

Jan Haag haag498 at googlemail.com
Sun Jan 3 22:22:37 GMT 2010

As I just messed up my PyQt-installation I tried with the plain C++  
original example --
I added several files (wav, shortest file ~0.7s) and didn't have any  
problems... If you are
running KDE4 you could try using Amarok's latest Qt4 version, as it,  
too, uses Phonon as
backend. If that doesn't work, the problem is likely to be somewhere  
with your platform --
I'll report my results with PyQt as soon as I get it back working...


On Jan 3, 2010, at 10:44 PM, Haarman wrote:

> It looks like it has problems with shorter files; when I add some
> longer files it works. Could you verify that at your box shorter files
> also do not work?
> On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 10:36 PM, Haarman <haarman at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 8:57 PM, Jan Haag <haag498 at googlemail.com>  
>> wrote:
>>> There is another thing you could try: This trick is used in
>>> (PyQt-Dir)/examples/phonon/musicplayer.py.
>>> Maybe you find a hint on your problem there... At least this was  
>>> where I
>>> first found a solution to it.
>> Just downloaded the source of musicplayer.py. However running that
>> does not give the expected result. I added 3 wav's to the player but
>> it only plays one. While it plays one it scrolls down to the bottom.
>> Since you did not have that problem maybe the bug is already solved
>> but still in ubuntu packages?
> -- 
> Groet,
> Jordi

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