[icecast] Dummy soundcard driver for Windows (OT)

Stefan Neufeind stefan at neufeind.net
Tue Jun 10 12:16:50 UTC 2003

On 10 Jun 2003 at 11:29, Ross Levis wrote:

> Stefan Neufeind wrote:
> > Could you be a BIT more precise? If you use SQRSoft crossfading,
> > doesn't it work as desired with the normal Oddcast DSP? And if it
> > does: Where's the problem with using the Null output plugin?
> You can only select one output plugin in Winamp and that needs to the
> the SQRSoft one, not the Null output plugin.  The audio needs to pass
> through the crossfade plugin before being sent to the OddCast DSP. 
> The crossfade plugin provides for a DSP to be selected for this
> purpose.
> > And if it doesn't:
> > Try the DSP-stacker-plugin. Here you can say "send output to 
> > crossfading and what comes out send it to the Oddcast DSP" and
> > finally use your Null output if you want.
> I see your confusion.  The crossfade plugin is an output plugin, not a
> DSP plugin. Speaking of DSP stackers, I've tried 3 of them now but the
> Oddcast DSP doesn't work when going thru a stacker via the SQRSoft
> plugin.  It just sits there at 0kb/s sent.  I wanted to use an audio
> compressor/limiter DSP as well but it looks like we'll have to do
> without this luxury.

How about directly "hacking" together a small WinAmp-clone? The 
plugin-interfaces (usual dlls) are open, so for a Windows-programmer 
it should fairly easy be possible to load and call all plugins in the 
order you desire - be it input / dsp / output ... whatever.
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