[Icecast] A Tutorial for streaming video

Greg J. Ogonowski greg at orban.com
Mon Aug 8 06:01:28 UTC 2005

With all those decodes and encodes, I wouldn't expect the video to have any 
quality left.


At 22:08 2005-08-07, Daniel Ballenger wrote:
>Not completely sure about this, though I can't see why it wouldn't work:
>Would it be possible for you to run the asf video through mplayer
>(mplayer plays those files, right?) and convert it to another format
>(I believe you can dump the video to a mpeg 1 file or something like
>that).  Then take that file and use ffmpeg to encode it to theora.
>Haven't tried this yet for something exactly like this, but it should
>work; or at least get you started on the right path.
>Good luck,
>On 8/7/05, Juan Pablo Herrera <jpherrera at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I need a tutorial for make a streaming server video with icecast and 
> theora.
> > Is possible to convert an asf file to ogg file?. I tested with vlc,
> > but the new file ogg don't work fine.
> > My problem is that a receive a asf file and need to mount into the
> > server icecast.
> > Please, let me know the best solution.
> >
> > Regards,
> > JP
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>Daniel Ballenger
>Sr. Systems Administrator - Denetron LLC
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