[icecast] Ices2 / Icecast2 / Long connect and no sound
aleigh at fdmedia.com
Tue May 27 13:06:17 PDT 2003
Unfortunately, ices2 isn't writing anything to the logs. I've got them on
debug mode, but there still isn't anything being written to indicate it's
having a known problem.
As far as the interference goes, I've found that reducing the iGain and amping
the input source seems to reduce the interfencence a good deal, at least, good
enough such that it's only a low murmur in the background. I have tinkered
with the bitrates, however, and have found them to have little effect. Unused
inputs have all been muted.
The secondary (PCI) card still only broadcasts silence even when changing the
settings mentioned above. It continues to send no sound even when I have a
microphone connected to the card and I can hear it over the local speakers.
Nothing on the mixer app seems to change this.
<p>> On Tue, 2003-05-27 at 19:24, adam leigh wrote:
> > Hallo,
> > I'm trying to run two seperate live audio streams on my Redhat 8 box. I've
> > two sound devices that linux (begrudgingly) acknoledges. I can get Ices2
> > run off of the onboard sound solution but there seems to be alot of
> > interference, however, when I try to use the PCI-card (a C-Media chipset)
> > takes a lot time to connect from a remote client and there is no sound
> > through at all.
> > I've checked all mixer settings thoroughly as well as making sure the input
> > audio is being processed by the card but it simply does not broadcast it
> > the net.
> Check what is reported in the ices log file, see if the requested
> settings are being accepted. Some devices only accept certain rates like
> 48000 for instance.
> Can you describe the interference, are the levels too high for instance,
> are unused inputs muted ?
> Can you do some straight recording with rec/sox without interference.
> > Can anyone give me suggestions as to the nature of this problem? I'm using
> > drivers because ALSA gave me migranes trying to install and in the end I
> > not get them to work.
> The alsa drivers aren't too bad, there are some extra lines from the
> modules.conf for automatic loading. The alsa site does describe them
> though, http://www.alsa-project.org/alsa-doc/
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