@elefas-GR That's right, but even a factor of 2 makes it still unplayable, which is why I gave up on this project altogether after completing it in the current state. I just don't see why I should invest more time in workarounds or optimizations on this broken interface. Instead I'll be switching over to the ESP32 for this project.
BTW, since there is no OSC_out pin brought out to be exposed in the PCB (most won't, it is not a good idea w/o termination anyway), you might just as well put your own oscillator on the SGTL5000 codec board.
It does not say that your file does not exist - this message says that ash cannot find any executable in bin named foghorn1.wav, which should be run. The same way when you write eg. ls - ash then looks for a proper executable in bin and if no results are yielded, returns an error message.
If you want to run a file from current directory, you'd need to write ./my-file, but it only works for executables, which - clearly - a music file is not.
I dont see what the converter has to do with not finding and playing a file
BTW, this class of USB-video capture dongle simply performs NTSC (or PAL) to
720x480 4:2:2 decoding, then streams via
USB 2.0 high-speed (480Mpbs) isochronous transfer mode to the receiving side (a PC.)
Very often a low end PC cannot handle it.
Omega2 simply cannot handle this type of load. Period.
@Christoph-Zembrowski Yes, I believe that is one of the repositories that opkg consults.
Along with two others it is listed in the opkg configuration file /etc/opkg/distfeeds.conf
Once you have done a opkg update the command opkg list will list all packages available from all known feeds
Additionally, if you have obtained a ???.ipk file for a package and copied it to your Omega, you can install it using:
opkg install <path to .ipk file>
though you may possibly need to take care yourself of any other packages it may depend on
@Samuel-Ellicott That was one of the things I found.
However, I am not highly familiar with i2s :-(
I just did some Google seraches with terms like OpenWRT i2s and came across a few links that could be relevant - though I don't know enough the evaluate how good they are