[icecast] Problem with streaming some mp3s (but not all)

Pritpaul Mahal psm321 at yahoo.com
Sun Apr 20 15:21:55 PDT 2003



I'm no expert at C, but from what I can tell from the
ices source it seems to be designed to handle any of
the defined frequencies... now whether theres a bug in
the actual handling, I don't know.

How can I get ices to skip the decode/recode step?

Thanks again!

--Pritpaul

<p>--- Geoff Shang <gshang at uq.net.au> wrote:
> On Sun, 20 Apr 2003, Pritpaul Mahal wrote:
> 
> > So there is no way around having to re-encode them
> > all?
> 
> Well, assuming my diagnosis is correct, it would
> appear not, at least for
> now.  You could of course get ices to send them out
> without re-encoding,
> thereby avoiding the decode/recode step, but all
> your files would have to
> be the one format and of course this would be the
> format that people
> received.  I would personally count the inability to
> handle 32000hz as a
> bug, and if Brendan does too, there's every
> likelyhood that it'll get fixed
> in time.
> 
> Geoff.
> 
> 

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