[icecast] Two sources on one mountpoint?

EISELE Pascal lemmingsml at nerim.fr
Sun Apr 6 01:22:15 PST 2003



I think you can do this with muse (http://muse.dyne.org/). I'm going to
try...

Le sam 05/04/2003 à 20:17, Karel Alvarez a écrit :
> also, you can try two more things:
> 
> 1- make the mix by hardware:  a very simple mix console can do that.
> you can build it starting from resistors and capacitors. You can find a
> lot of such circuits in google.
> 
> 2- mixing by soft: I can't tell you right now which soft can do that,
> but may be you find someone.
> 
> chao,
>   karel
> 
> --- Geoff Shang <gshang at uq.net.au> wrote:
> > Hi:
> > 
> > Since all the audio sources will need to end up in the same data
> > stream,
> > you'll need something that will decode the streams at some central
> > point,
> > re-encode the mix and send it on.  I guess that, in theory, it'd be
> > possible to have more than one vorbis stream in a single ogg
> > bitstream that
> > was composited at the server, but I don't know all the technical
> > issues,
> > it's not possible yet, and if it were, there's no players that would
> > be
> > able to play it yet either.
> > 
> > Geoff.
> > 
> 
> 
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