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    How do I do a latency test?

    If I start GPO, then click File->Setup, I sometimes get a dialog box telling me that my audio configuration appears to have changed and asking me if I want to test it. This test appears to measure latency, which is something I'd like to be able to measure.

    Once I have run the test, starting GPO in the future doesn't cause this dialog box to appear again, so I can't retest if I have, say, changed the number of buffers.

    Is there a way to force the test to occur?

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    Re: How do I do a latency test?

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Koenig
    If I start GPO, then click File->Setup, I sometimes get a dialog box telling me that my audio configuration appears to have changed and asking me if I want to test it. This test appears to measure latency, which is something I'd like to be able to measure.

    Once I have run the test, starting GPO in the future doesn't cause this dialog box to appear again, so I can't retest if I have, say, changed the number of buffers.

    Is there a way to force the test to occur?
    andrew,

    When you first install GPO the Kontakt player does an audio test as part of the configuration. I am not sure how to run this test again but I can ask Native Instruments and maybe there is a way. If anyone else knows please let us know.

    Gary Garritan

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    Re: How do I do a latency test?

    Quote Originally Posted by Garritan
    andrew,

    When you first install GPO the Kontakt player does an audio test as part of the configuration. I am not sure how to run this test again but I can ask Native Instruments and maybe there is a way. If anyone else knows please let us know.

    Gary Garritan
    Thanks! I would really like to know because I can't think of any other way of determining accurately what affect a configuration change might have on latency.

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    Re: How do I do a latency test?

    Any luck yet?

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