[icecast] *Real* real time streaming (no delay/latency)?
nettings at folkwang-hochschule.de
Thu Feb 5 11:21:54 PST 2004
[windows users can ignore this, jack is linux and macosx only atm.]
Ralph Giles wrote:
> Sound servers like esd and NAS can both probably do what you want as well. And someone should
> really write a network pipe for jack, if you want another coding option.
there is. somebody announced a jack-over-udp client a week or so
ago. browse the mailing list archive on jackit.sf.net to find out
more. jo/rgen, if you are in hacking mood, i'm sure the author of
the jack udp thingie would be interested in working with somebody
who intends to use it professionally.
(btw, speaking of jack, ices2 has experimental jack support in the
latest -kh snapshots. it's not yet real-time safe, but on lightly
loaded systems it works quite well. i've been streaming the output
of my mixing desk through a few jack apps to friends for a couple of
days now :)
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