[icecast] Two streams, one source, two different bandwidths: A newbie question

Mark Woodson mwoodson at bacxs.com
Tue Jan 22 11:09:31 UTC 2002

At 12:09 AM 1/22/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>Ok - here's what I want to do...
>I compiled and installed icecast 1.3.11 and ices 0.2.2, and can get a
>single lame-encoded stream working.  What I'd like to do is set up two
>streams - one at 48kbps, one at 128kbps - from one source.  Reason being is
>that I'd like to listen to the high-bandwidth stream locally (ie: in
>another room of the house) while I listen to the 48kbps stream elsewhere.
>Theoretically, I could set up a playlist, two separate icecast processes,
>and two separate ices processes that pull from the same playlist without
>randomizing, but is there an easier way?

read the man page.

man ices

You can do this from the command line.


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