[icecast] Problems streaming high bitrate over a LAN

toad matthew at toseland.f9.co.uk
Fri May 25 13:44:28 PDT 2001



On Fri, May 25, 2001 at 10:43:33AM +0200, Martin Hierling wrote:
> HI,
> 
> sounds like my problem discussed her two or three weeks ago.
> Add "sleep_ratio 0" to your icecast.conf.
> 
> regards Martin
Thank you very muchly. It works now. Any idea how to synchronize 2 players on
the same stream? End up with ~ 1 s phase difference. NAS might be more
appropriate... (don't say "use a friggin wire", please, I have thought of that
:).
> 
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> On Wed, May 23, 2001 at 03:27:44PM +0100, toad wrote:
> > I am trying to stream various 320kbps MP3s across my 10Mbps LAN. Either locally
> > or across the network, freeamp and xmms prefetch a chunk, then play it, then
> > fetch another chunk etc. No continuous streaming. shout gets a lot of !s between
> > its "."s when sending the file to icecast. Any ideas?

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