[icecast] VBR reencoding @128k problem
nocrapo at mail.com
Fri Sep 7 04:30:19 UTC 2001
I did some further investigating into this issue and here's what I found:
It appears somewhere between ices0.1.0 and ices 0.2.0 is where the "bug" (for lack of a better term) was introduced that i'm noticing. When I compile ices0.2.0 w/lame 3.89beta, the VBR is *NOT* reencoded, but instead streamed out at full VBR bitrate(s). However, when using ices0.1.0 w/lame 3.89beta, it properly streams the VBR mp3 @ 128k.
I've tried various combinations of ices & lame, but pretty much narrowed it down to changes between ices 0.1.0 and 0.2.0. I wasn't privy to any ices CVS sources between those two versions, otherwise I would have tried those to further narrow down the changes.
Jack, Brendan, or others that may know, would that change be intended for some reason, or am I the only person seeing it? Can anyone else reproduce my findings? I kinda feel like i'm smockin crack here, or mebbe the only person trying to reencode VBRs? *shrug*
Any feedback would be welcome :)
Thanks and mad props to the icecast crew!
Ghetto Nough (err, sumthin)
PS - Is another forum more appropriate for this question? I tried searching through the mailing archives but the search is broked :(
> I've noticed that when I try to reencode VBR mp3s to broadcast @128k , they are not being reencoded at all. They stream as normal VBRs I am unable to reproduce this at lower bitrates (56-112k i've specifically tested and all work fine). It does reencode all non-VBR mp3s appropriately to 128k... Any ideas why VBR reencoding would suddenly stop working at 128k?
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