[icecast-dev] icecast2 transcode?
doppler at homebrew.servebeer.com
Mon Feb 24 15:25:18 PST 2003
On Tue, Feb 25, 2003 at 12:21:34AM +0100, ?t?p?n Bro? wrote:
> Hello David,
> Monday, February 24, 2003, 11:06:26 PM, you wrote:
> > I've got a dilema. For months, I've been planning and implementing
> > a large project involving vorbis, ices2, icecast2 and wifi networking.
> > The plan is to stream live audio from 10 Austin nightclubs during
> > the SXSW music festival this March.
> > Well yesterday, it was made plain to me that I must also provide mp3
> > streams, since "it's an mp3 world."
> > I'm upset about this because I cannot think of an easy or efficient
> > way to provide both formats using my current setup, and going mp3-only
> > really would deflate the newsworthiness of this project. (ok so I'm
> > media-whoring)
> > Any ideas as to how I can offer both Vorbis and mp3 streams with
> > minimal reconfiguration of my existing setup will be greatly
> > appreciated.
> > The setup:
> > At 10 night clubs:
> > 10 old Mac G3s running Gentoo Linux, OpenSSH and Ices2 (from CVS).
> > 10 Wifi access points / antennas.
> > At the 'net end of things:
> > 1 access point / antenna connected to an Apple Xserve running Gentoo
> > Linux and Icecast2 (from CVS), as well as Apache, PHP, and OpenSSL.
> Try to look at http://transcoder.sourceforge.net. But you have to
> change the source a bit. Search for "x-ogg" in the sources and replace
> that with "ogg".
That was also suggested on #vorbis, and I think that streamTranscoder
in addition to an additional Xserve should do the trick.
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