***SPAM*** Re: [Icecast] ezstream grabing line-in input?... (newbie)

Greg J. Ogonowski greg at orban.com
Mon Jan 10 23:55:43 PST 2005


Sorry Brendan-

My intent is far from spam.  There have been several questions asked about 
the availability of AAC/aacPlus streaming on the Icecast lists, as well as 
other streaming and codec forums.  My intent is simply an Icecast2 
compliant AAC/aacPlus encoder awareness issue, although I agree with you 
that it is advertising.

We do have quite a bit of information in our Opticodec-PC Technical Manual 
supporting the Icecast2 Streaming Server.  We also have a link on the Orban 
website for Opticodec-PC to the Icecast.org website.  The link is as below.

The content type of audio/aac was added to Icecast2 Version 2.2, partially 
due to our requests, and we very much appreciate that.  I think you guys 
have done a great job on the Icecast2 Server, and as far as we're 
concerned, "it whips the lamas ass!"

Please let me know if there is anything else we can contribute.  I do have 
a few feature requests, but I'm not sure where to direct them?

Again, sorry for the spam implication.  If you have any better way for us 
to indicate Icecast2 support in our products, please let me know.

-greg.




At 22:45 2005-01-10, Brendan Cully wrote:
>  On Monday, 10 January 2005 at 21:43, Greg J. Ogonowski wrote:
> > Orban Opticodec-PC LE/PE AAC/aacPlus Streaming Audio Encoder
> >
> > Low Cost Version now available.
> >
> > http://www.orban.com/orban/products/stream/1010_overview.html
>
>This list exists to help people to use icecast and related streaming
>software. It does not exist to provide free advertising. Your product
>is admittedly more tangentially related to icecast than Viagra, but
>this is still spam.
>
>Please either contribute actual help or refrain from
>posting. Messages like the one above just annoy our members and are
>likely to get you banned.





More information about the Icecast mailing list