[icecast] Yet another LAME re-encoding question
brendan at icecast.org
Tue Aug 7 02:58:50 UTC 2001
On Monday, 06 August 2001 at 10:31, Russ wrote:
> Yes, I have checked the archives :)
> I am running Ices 0.2.2 with icecast 1.3.10 and LAME 3.87. I have
Hmm, I didn't think it worked with 3.87. But if ices -V lists LAME as
a feature, then I guess it does. I'd recommend upgrading anyway, there
were some bugs in the library which ices exercised.
> compiled Ices without any problems, it found lame.h and the libraries, my
> problem is that when I run ices, it doesn't re-encode the files. This is
> the command line I am using to play around with:
> ./ices -b 64 -H 64 -F playlist -h localhost -p 8000 -P letmein -r -v
> The log shows nothing about re-encoding, my source files range from
> 128-192 kbps. Am I missing something?
-r means make a random playlist.
You want -R, which means reencode.
Also your sample rate (-H 64) will probably upset lame. Why don't you
just omit that parameter?
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