[icecast] Setting Up A Master-Slave Relay Problem

Adon Irani adon at yorku.ca
Tue Dec 16 07:41:38 PST 2003



i can say more .. but what i've done is have ices/icecast run on the
studio machine . i've got scripts to handle the start/stop of the show ,
and this then also triggers a single stream relayed to the main network .
and this could be further altered to run a transcode session on the main
server ( to create a lower quality ogg or mp3, etc )

(check out http://theDV8network.com , tho i don't have live shows up yet .
i got the scripts working in house, next step is to rebuild the studio
machine before we go live again on a regular basis .. )

but if you want to write off list , i could help you sketch out a suitable
procedure for your setup ( my scripts aren't quite ready for public
release, )

On Tue, 16 Dec 2003, root wrote:

> Hello,
> I'm also trying and trying to do that kind of configuration, but
> I'm getting no results. I want to send a high band width stream to an icecast2,
> having it reencoded to low and medium quality stream. I tried streamTranscoder_cl-1.1.0
> but I can't have it connected to icecast2.
> Does anyone have some good information to do that ?
> (I want to have only one stream from the source to the icecast2 server. But perhaps I can reuse an instance on ices to reencode on the server side...)
>
> Thanks,
> Chris
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