You are here

Add new comment

I am also worried about that you about jack & phonon
Apparently a guy (falkTX is a ubuntu maintainer ) have maked a phonon-backend-jack !
here :
=== www. linuxmusicians . com/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=2479&start=0&st=0&sk=t&sd=a&sid=7d46afdb5c010597857e233665570996
Javitra is a Phonon based media player with Jack support

It's able to play many file types (as much as Phonon supports).
Javitra is written in C++ and uses the Qt framework for the GUI stuff.

The main feature is the Jack transport support, which allows you
to sync the current playing audio/video with other Jack clients.

Javitra is distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL v2

Why there is not a backend available, why it's impossible to use phonon with jack and have sound ?
Why it's mandatory to install a2jmidid with jack for legacy midi ?

For me it's very too complex !

a tech guy for 10y in linux, windows, solaris
Thanks for your beautiful & easy to use tool qjactcl