Fw: [icecast] Some Question

Dave St John groups at mediacast1.com
Mon Nov 10 19:03:38 PST 2003



Yeah i found the coded off vorbis.com under the windows download area,
after first install you have to tweak the filter by telling the vorbis
decoder to do integer 16bit.

Was unable to stream ogg from a icecast2 server as well? i could have sworn
i was able to get this to work tho
some months back with a different plugin, ill bang my head till i find it :)

<p><p>Dave St John
Mediacast1 Administration
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ross Levis" <ross.levis at cchlawbase.co.nz>
To: <icecast at xiph.org>
Sent: Monday, November 10, 2003 7:10 PM
Subject: RE: Fw: [icecast] Some Question

<p>Hi Dave

> In the realm of internet radio id have to say 80% use winamp,
> or other players supporting http streaming.

Perhaps that is the case for stream listeners.  I was quoting (from
memory) media players usage figures I read somewhere.  Once someone is
using WMP, they are generally hooked, and there are 100's if not 1000's
of streams available in the Radio Tuner section.

> There is a ogg vorbis plugin out there for windows media 9,
> and yes it does work, but ill be damned if i can find the site. :/

I tried this some time ago and it played local ogg vorbis files ok but
would not stream.  It attempted to find the codec to download.

Regards,
Ross Levis.
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