Avt 1394 Bus Driver

As I said way back. One should not have to work this hard to get a $900 sound interface operational. My new interface purchased 6 months ago to replace this POS MOTU has been nothing but inspirational. Works with Windows 7 64 native firewire drivers, no bs, no inf. Editing, no camera drivers, right outta the box hot.

  1. 1394 Bus Driver

I'll prolly be banned from board but hey this is my last post. Focusrite Saffire Pro 40. Good luck to all you MOTU users!

You'll need it! L8ter Posts: 5 Joined: Mon Oct 19, 2009 7:20 am Primary DAW OS: Unspecified. Since I still have a few minor issues with my two 828mk2's in FW daisy, I'm now considering trying to go ahead with the AVT thing too, just to see if I can achieve better buffer size at larger projects, but maybe I'm asking to much of my system.Anyway, is there any place where this is thoroughly described, except from what PMD has written in these last posts here?

Did I miss out on some central information, regarding this possible fix?Is there reason to believe that I might get a better fix from this than my already helpful SP1 driver change, within SP3?Thanks for all help and direction Posts: 3 Joined: Sat Feb 13, 2010 1:39 pm Primary DAW OS: Unspecified. Noisegate95 wrote:As I said way back. One should not have to work this hard to get a $900 sound interface operational. My new interface purchased 6 months ago to replace this POS MOTU has been nothing but inspirational. Works with Windows 7 64 native firewire drivers, no bs, no inf. Editing, no camera drivers, right outta the box hot.

I'll prolly be banned from board but hey this is my last post. Focusrite Saffire Pro 40. Good luck to all you MOTU users!

You'll need it! L8terWhy would you be banned from this board? Your kind is what makes things amusing around here. Every one can have an opinion. Doesn't matter how credible it is.

Avt

I have the exact same HP dv7 rig but using MOTU 828. Using legacy OHCI 1394 driver gives me about 30 seconds of audio before it drops off the face of the earth. Have tried everything. Why cant the device driver engineers at Motu get this right? Did they even bother to look up the specShoddy workmanship is the only possible explanation. Now I have to apparently go and look for a TI chipset express card.

1394 Bus Driver

Any recommendations here? Thinking of usingAny help here would be much appreciated. Posts: 1 Joined: Sat Jun 26, 2010 8:02 pm Primary DAW OS: Unspecified. I'm using legacy firewire drivers with a VIA chipset under windows 7 with an ultralite and I wanted to know if alternative drivers could lead to better performance in terms of getting a lower round trip latency or a lower buffer size. Can anyone inform me about this?I downloaded the AVT driver but it wasn't available in a 64-bit version so I was unable to test that.

I did however find a 64-bit version of the Thesycon driver. The thesycon driver installed fine and my interface was detected, but I noticed no performance gain, seemed on par with the included window driver. After reading some documentation that came with the driver, the TI chipset is mentioned but not explicitly recommended in preference of another chipset. Is it possible that the driver is optimized to work with a TI chipset? And also, regardless of whether or not I stick to the windows driver, could switching to a TI chipset improve my round trip latency? Posts: 5 Joined: Thu Oct 16, 2008 12:01 pm Primary DAW OS: Unspecified.

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