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Use ASIO drivers. Use ASIO drivers.
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<li><b>Can a VA server run on a mobile device, for example on an Android platform?</b></li> <li><b>Can a VA server run on a mobile device, for example on an <code>Android</code> platform?</b></li>
<ul>No.</ul> <ul>No.</ul>
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<li><b>I am trying to use a VA binding, but I get a 'module not found' or 'library not found' error.</b> <br /> <li><b>I am trying to use a VA binding, but I get a 'module not found' or 'library not found' error.</b> </li>
<ul>You are missing a dependent shared library (dll on Windows). Make sure to include the dependencies of you copy libraries. If you are a developer, the <i>Dependency Walker</i> is an excellent supporter for solving these problems on Windows platforms. Otherwise consider switching to static linking to avoid this problem with the VA bindings. <ul>You are missing a dependent shared library (dll on Windows). Make sure to include the dependencies of you copy libraries. If you are a developer, the <i>Dependency Walker</i> is an excellent supporter for solving these problems on Windows platforms. Otherwise consider switching to static linking to avoid this problem with the VA bindings.
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<li><b>Can I use <code>SOFA</code> HRTFs in VA?</b></li>
<ul>Not directly, but you can convert <code>SOFA</code> HRTF files into <code>OpenDAFF</code> using the <a href="http://www.ita-toolbox.org" target="_blank">ITA-Toolbox for Matlab</a>. Create an <code>itaHRTF</code> and load the <code>SOFA</code> file, then export using <code>ita_write_daff</code>.</ul>
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<li>does it affect the interface? File it here: <a href="https://git.rwth-aachen.de/ita/VABase/issues" target="_blank">VABase issues</a></li> <li>does it affect the interface? File it here: <a href="https://git.rwth-aachen.de/ita/VABase/issues" target="_blank">VABase issues</a></li>
<li>does it affect the Python binding? File it here: <a href="https://git.rwth-aachen.de/ita/VAPython/issues" target="_blank">VAPython issues</a></li> <li>does it affect the Python binding? File it here: <a href="https://git.rwth-aachen.de/ita/VAPython/issues" target="_blank">VAPython issues</a></li>
<li>does it affect the Matlab binding? File it here: <a href="https://git.rwth-aachen.de/ita/VAMatlab/issues" target="_blank">VAMatlab issues</a></li> <li>does it affect the Matlab binding? File it here: <a href="https://git.rwth-aachen.de/ita/VAMatlab/issues" target="_blank">VAMatlab issues</a></li>
<li>does it affect the Redstart application: <a href="https://git.rwth-aachen.de/ita/Redstart/issues" target="_blank">Redstart issues</a></li>
<li>does it affect the functionality* of VA? File it here: <a href="https://git.rwth-aachen.de/ita/VACore/issues" target="_blank">VACore issues</a></li> <li>does it affect the functionality* of VA? File it here: <a href="https://git.rwth-aachen.de/ita/VACore/issues" target="_blank">VACore issues</a></li>
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* in most cases, VA and its rendering or reproduction modules will behave oddly, which usually points to a problem in the core of VA. Also, if you do not know where to file your issue, use the VACore as it is the most active part of development. * in most cases, VA and its rendering or reproduction modules will behave oddly, which usually points to a problem in the core of VA. Also, if you do not know where to file your issue, use the VACore as it is the most active part of development.
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<i>Schröder, D.; Wefers, F.; Pelzer, S.; Rausch, D.; Vorländer, M. & Kuhlen, T.</i><br /> <i>Schröder, D.; Wefers, F.; Pelzer, S.; Rausch, D.; Vorländer, M. & Kuhlen, T.</i><br />
<b>Virtual reality system at RWTH Aachen University </b><br /> <b>Virtual reality system at RWTH Aachen University </b><br />
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Room Acoustics (ISRA), Melbourne, Australia, <strong>2010</strong> Proceedings of the International Symposium on Room Acoustics (ISRA), Melbourne, Australia, <strong>2010</strong>
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