[Icecast] Java Examples
Fri Jul 30 20:09:39 PDT 2004
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At 06:19 PM 7/30/2004, you wrote:
>Let me clarify this a bit more. I need to use a Java stream as the source
>for a user audio clip, rather than a directory of ogg files or a live ogg
>stream from a radio station. I need to server up audio clips from Java.
>I am confused as to the big picture. How does Icecast tell my Java Servlet
>what it needs to serve up? What is the protocol? How does it say I need
>xxx.ogg to the Java Servlet?
I think you have it backwards...the general flow is as follows :
playlist (mp3/vorbis/etc) ---> source client (ices/ezstream/oddcast/etc)
---> icecast ------> listener1...N
Given this, In your case you might be substituting the "playlist" part for
your serlvet...but then you'd have to find a source client (or modify one)
to get it's stream data from your serlvet. Of course, I may not be
understanding what exactly your servlet actually does...
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