Can FileSink keep up with real-time processing of audio on target (linux running on Intel, for example) or it could cause the audio thread to miss its timing? Or it’s only meant to be used in batch processing mode?
Also, from DSPC, "The FileSink module writes the data in the module's process function. It writes it block by block. The file is opened in the module's constructor function and then closed in the set function. The framework calls the set function with a mask of all zeros indicating that the destroy function was called."
What’s the exact command for the set function with mask of all zeros?