• Kernel Buffers/Buffer Offset

    Kernel Buffers/Buffer Offset

    If hardware buffering is disabled, this control lets you add up to two more buffers to be queued for audio output. Each additional buffer increases the output latency of the device by the time it takes to play one buffer. Therefore, the initial setting of โ€œ2โ€ should only be changed on less powerful machines, whereโ€ฆ more

  • Allow Pull Mode (WaveRT)

    Allow Pull Mode (WaveRT)

    Note: These controls have no effect for WaveRT packet devices. Packet devices do not support polling โ€“ and always will use event mode. Therefore, the entire โ€œOptionsโ€ section may be hidden for packet devices. This is not a bug! There are two basic access methods for a WaveRT device, โ€œpull-modeโ€ (also called โ€œevent-modeโ€) and โ€œpush-modeโ€โ€ฆ more

  • Always Resample 44.1<->48 kHz

    Always Resample 44.1<->48 kHz

    ASIO4ALL can do real time resampling of 44.1 kHz audio to/from 48 kHz. Resampling will automatically take place whenever ASIO4ALL is opened for 44.1 kHz and the WDM driver does not support this sample rate. There may, however, be instances in which case an audio device will support 44.1 kHz only by resampling internally. Moreโ€ฆ more