[icecast] do darkice and shout play together well
bikepunx at bellatlantic.net
Thu Nov 7 19:00:45 PST 2002
darkice is doing my live encoding, both hifi and lofi i just need
something to stream audio files i have on disc...
On Thursday, November 7, 2002, at 09:40 PM, Tim Pozar wrote:
> Mixice (www.lns.com/papers/mixice) does. I have it running on
> FreeBSD 4.x machines for KKSF, KPFA, KFCF, etc. for a live MP3
> stream (icecast 1.x.x). I will have an OGG version of it soon as
> we have some demand for better quality streams.
> On Thu, Nov 07, 2002 at 09:36:16PM -0500, Jim wrote:
>> ok then what runs reliably on a freeBSD system? ices?
>> On Thursday, November 7, 2002, at 06:19 PM, Michael Smith wrote:
>>> At 10:35 AM 7/11/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>>>> im resetting up a server for a college radio station and for the new
>>>> box we got a decent processor and maxed out the RAM so in addition
>>>> the 2 live encoded streams i want to add 2 prerecorded stream, 1
>>>> bands that have played live on the air and one of public affairs
>>>> and i was wondering if darkice and shout will play together nice on
>>>> freeBSD box...
>>> shout will not work reliably on any system, with or without other
>>> programs running. It's deprecated because it doesn't work very well.
>>> Don't use it.
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