Commit bdf858da authored by David Fuhrmann's avatar David Fuhrmann
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auhal: add callback for changes in supported audio streams

This tries to fix wrong behavior when optical cable is unplugged while spdif-output is running.

Currently, you will probably hear pops and you only get sound from internal speakers,
after you changed system volume.
parent a86dbb3b
......@@ -714,6 +714,13 @@ static int OpenSPDIF (audio_output_t * p_aout)
/* get notified when we don't have spdif-output anymore */
err = AudioObjectAddPropertyListener(p_sys->i_stream_id, &physicalFormatsAddress, HardwareListener, (void *)p_aout);
if (err != noErr) {
msg_Warn(p_aout, "could not set audio device property streams callback on device: %4.4s",
(char *)&err);
msg_Dbg(p_aout, STREAM_FORMAT_MSG("original stream format: ", p_sys->sfmt_revert));
if (!AudioStreamChangeFormat(p_aout, p_sys->i_stream_id, p_sys->stream_format))
......@@ -780,6 +787,13 @@ static void Close(vlc_object_t * p_this)
if (err != noErr)
msg_Err(p_aout, "failed to remove audio device life checker: [%4.4s]", (char *)&err);
if (p_sys->b_digital) {
AudioObjectPropertyAddress physicalFormatsAddress = { kAudioStreamPropertyAvailablePhysicalFormats, kAudioObjectPropertyScopeGlobal, 0 };
err = AudioObjectRemovePropertyListener(p_sys->i_stream_id, &physicalFormatsAddress, HardwareListener, NULL);
if (err != noErr)
msg_Err(p_aout, "failed to remove audio device property streams callback: [%4.4s]", (char *)&err);
if (p_sys->au_unit) {
......@@ -1311,6 +1325,10 @@ static OSStatus HardwareListener(AudioObjectID inObjectID, UInt32 inNumberAddre
msg_Warn(p_aout, "audio device died, resetting aout");
var_TriggerCallback(p_aout, "audio-device");
var_Destroy(p_aout, "audio-device");
} else if (inAddresses[i].mSelector == kAudioStreamPropertyAvailablePhysicalFormats) {
msg_Warn(p_aout, "available physical formats for audio device changed, resetting aout");
var_TriggerCallback(p_aout, "audio-device");
var_Destroy(p_aout, "audio-device");
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