[Icecast] donŽt lose the listners at dj changing

Karl Heyes karl at xiph.org
Sun Jan 2 10:04:41 PST 2005


On Sun, 2005-01-02 at 17:57, Carsten Henkel wrote:

> KH> no override set, so just a fallback. All listeners on / will be moved to
> KH> /backup if that is active at the time the fallback occurs.
> 
>     <mount>
>         <mount-name>/</mount-name>
>         <username>source</username>
>         <password>RCLRPW!</password>
>         <max-listeners>50</max-listeners>
>         <dump-file>/tmp/dump-example1.mp3</dump-file>
>         <fallback-mount>/backup</fallback-mount>
>         <fallback-override>1</fallback-override>
>     </mount>
> 
> thanks, now they are movin back. but the musik is mutch to fast for
> the listners behind the moving to the mainstream. when the listners are moving to the backup the speed auf
> the song is right now.

If the audio is playing too fast then that would indicate that the
backup stream has different parameters to the stream it came from. A
common problem is if the main stream is 44100 hz and the backup is 22050
hz, or stereo falling back to mono. Some player/drivers just don't
handle the change in those settings midstream, causing effects like what
you are describing.

karl.




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