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    CMdaAudioPlayerUtility is interrupted => bad audio

    I use a CMdaAudioPlayerUtility-player and have a progress bar that is updated with a timer => every time the timer updates, the audio "breaks". The current timer is a Qt-timer, as we are doing a porting to S60.

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    Re: CMdaAudioPlayerUtility is interrupted => bad audio

    maybe you should look into what you are doing when updating, I used to have similar thing that updated a normal S60 progress note every second, and it was working without any problems..

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    Re: CMdaAudioPlayerUtility is interrupted => bad audio

    Ok, so I implemented "MBeating" and corresponding function "Beat()" => didn't help, still breaks!
    Uups, forgot to mention: currently I only use debugger (Carbide), no phone!
    Last edited by kalastaja; 2009-06-15 at 11:07.

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    Re: CMdaAudioPlayerUtility is interrupted => bad audio

    Still nothing! Anybody?

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