[vorbis] Re: [icecast] Vorbis stream on-line

Jeremy C. Reed reed at reedmedia.net
Mon Mar 12 23:17:55 PST 2001



I listened to your stream. Interesting. It is something I want to learn
how to do. The quality sounded good; but then again I didn't understand
what I was listening to so maybe it wasn't good.

It died with a stream error:

rainier:~$ ogg123 -v http://64.108.112.34:8000/shouter.ogg
dlerror: (null)
dlerror: (null)
HTTP Headers:
HTTP/1.0 200 OK
Content-Type: application/x-ogg
ice-bitrate: 0
ice-name: no name
ice-public: 0

Device:   OSS audio driver output 
Author:   Aaron Holtzman <aholtzma at ess.engr.uvic.ca>
Comments: Outputs audio to the Open Sound System driver.

Title: The Odi Mix
Artist: DLP
Description: transformations on an epigram by Catullus  and a fragment of
a  Gregorian chant
Genre: electroacoustic
Date: 1996
Location: Findlay OH USA
Copyright dlpmuzeek

Bitstream is 2 channel, 44100Hz
Encoded by: Xiphophorus libVorbis I 20010225

W: Stream error
Time: 00:09.92 [-2:-20.92] of -2:-11.00, Bitrate: 108.9   
Done.

*Then my ogg123 crashed:

rainier:~$ ogg123 -v http://64.108.112.34:8000/shouter.ogg
dlerror: (null)
dlerror: (null)
HTTP Headers:
HTTP/1.0 200 OK
Content-Type: application/x-ogg
ice-bitrate: 0
ice-name: no name
ice-public: 0

E: input not an Ogg Vorbis audio stream.
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

*The third time, it had an error again:

HTTP/1.0 200 OK
Content-Type: application/x-ogg
ice-bitrate: 0
ice-name: no name
ice-public: 0

Device:   OSS audio driver output 
Author:   Aaron Holtzman <aholtzma at ess.engr.uvic.ca>
Comments: Outputs audio to the Open Sound System driver.

Title: The Theory And Practice
Artist: DLP
Description: transformations on readings from the t'ai chi classics
Genre: electroacoustic
Date: 1998
Location: Findlay OH USA
Copyright dlpmuzeek

Bitstream is 2 channel, 44100Hz
Encoded by: Xiphophorus libVorbis I 20010225

W: Stream error
Time: 00:04.88 [-2:-15.88] of -2:-11.00, Bitrate: 154.3   
Done.

*The fourth time it had this Stream error, but it continued to play. The
music/audio was very choppy -- but maybe this was just this particular
music style.

(NOTE: the "dlerror:" parts are from my own libao library
testing.)

   Jeremy C. Reed
   http://www.reedmedia.net/

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