PulseAudio, a sound system for POSIX OSes, working as a proxy for sound applications which allows user to do advanced operations on sound data, is now at version 2.0.
It took almost six months to get a new version, but PulseAudio 2.0
was worth the wait. It comes with a lot of new key features, updates, and important bugfixes.Highlights of PulseAudio 2.0:
Jack detection has been implemented, but more advanced features regarding this function will be implemented in the future;•
PulseAudio now supports alternate sample rates, which means that sample rates can now be changed dynamically, which in turn avoids resampling;•
VOIP (Voice Over IP) function has undergone serious improvements;•
HURD support has been fixed;•
The quality of A2DP decoder has been improved;•
The Speex library is now optional.Download PulseAudio 2.0
right now from Softpedia.