[icecast] Lame, Bitrates, ReEncoding I

zeek zeek at sparklehouse.com
Thu Sep 5 15:48:25 PDT 2002



Ok, not bad -be sure to rm config.cache if ices has already been compiled.
Then

./configure --with-lame-libraries=/usr/local/lib --with-lame-includes=/usr/l
ocal/include/lame/ >configure.out

Check configure.out for:

updating cache ./config.cache
checking for lame/lame.h... yes
checking for lame_init_old in -lmp3lame... yes
checking for lame_encode_flush_nogap in -lmp3lame... yes
updating cache ./config.cache

Change:
        <Bitrate>80</Bitrate>
        <Reencode>1</Reencode>

And this now streams at 80k/32khz --but we're still not sure if those
settings are OK.

-zeek

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> zeek
> Sent: Thursday, September 05, 2002 6:10 PM
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> Subject: [icecast] Lame, Bitrates, ReEncoding I
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>
>
>
> I'd like to use the Bitrate and Reencode features of ices and understand I
> must recompile with lamelib.
>
> However, it's Very Unclear where to begin here. This is noted in the
> ices-0.2.3 INSTALL file:
>
> 	I installed lame as a debian package so lame.h is in
> /usr/include/lame/lame.h
> 	and libmp3lame.a is in /usr/lib. configure finds everything
> automatically.
>
>
> I assume we go here -> http://www.mp3dev.org/mp3/ compile, install then go
> back to
> ices with:
>
>   --with-lame[=DIR]           enable support for reencoding with lame [in
> DIR]
>
>
> --but what are we pointing at? And just for general precaution's sake: is
> there an "oh yeah, that too" I need to know about beforehand?
>
> I'm running:
>
> icecast-1.3.12/
> ices-0.2.3/
>
> on Linux mogwai.sparklehouse.com 2.4.18-10 #1 Wed Aug 7 11:39:21 EDT 2002
> i686 unknown
>
>
> -zeek
>
>
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