[Icecast] Winamp v5.22 / oddcast / aac+

Ricardo Meechan rico at wgltd.com
Wed May 31 03:12:23 PDT 2006


Pockect pc phones can use beta player that will play aac+ streams. 
http://tcpmp.corecodec.org/about

For symbian there is this: 
http://opensource.nokia.com/projects/s60internetradio/index.html that
will stream aac+


Im a pocket pc person so don't ask me about symbian stuff. ;-)
Regards.





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-----Original Message-----

From: icecast-bounces at xiph.org [mailto:icecast-bounces at xiph.org] On
Behalf Of Alexander Dal Farra
Sent: 31 May 2006 6:57 AM
To: icecast at xiph.org
Subject: RE: [Icecast] Winamp v5.22 / oddcast / aac+

Something else, Greg. Are you aware of any 3G / 2.5G (EDGE) clients for
mobile phones that support AAC+ streaming? Be it java or symbian based. 

Thanks
Alex

 

-----Original Message-----
From: icecast-bounces at xiph.org [mailto:icecast-bounces at xiph.org] On
Behalf Of Greg J. Ogonowski
Sent: Mittwoch, 31. Mai 2006 07:40
To: Ross Levis; icecast at xiph.org
Subject: Re: [Icecast] Winamp v5.22 / oddcast / aac+

I believe that Oddsock is using a Content Type of aacp.
Using a .aac extension with this Content Type may present a conflict.
This might actually be by design.
I will do some further testing with Winamp and report here tomorrow.
I will also double-check with the developer of Winamp for complete
clarification.

FYI, Orban Opticodec-PC allows the use of either Content Type of aac or
aacp. aac is technically all that is necessary. The history of the aacp
Content Type was to allow the stream to show in the SHOUTcast Directory,
but since Icecast streams cannot show in the SHOUTcast Directory anyway,
this doesn't matter, and  a content type of aac should be used. This way
there is one Content Type for either AAC or aacPlus streams, and the
decoder takes it from there.

-greg.



At 20:12 2006-05-30, Ross Levis wrote:
>Ok, it's not as bad as I thought.  With some investigation and 
>discussion with a "Major Dude" in the Winamp forums, it appears to be a

>bug in Winamp v5.22 with streams that end with the mountpoint extension

>.aac.  I changed the mountpoint to end with .aacp and now it works
fine.
>
>Regards,
>Ross.
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Ross Levis" <ross at stationplaylist.com>
>To: <icecast at xiph.org>
>Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2006 2:25 PM
>Subject: [Icecast] Winamp v5.22 / oddcast / aac+
>
>
>I'm not sure if this is an icecast issue or oddcast issue or both, but 
>the latest Winamp (v5.22) is not now playing AAC+ streams encoded with 
>Oddcast.  Winamp v5.21 and earlier versions work fine.  This may be 
>some attempt by Winamp developers to force people to use Shoutcast, or 
>to prevent oddcast from using their enc_aacplus.dll.
>
>Right, just took some time to set up the Shoutcast DSP to encode AAC+ 
>and send it to an Icecast server.  This is working and playing in 
>Winamp v5.22.  So it appears to be an Oddcast encoding issue.
>
>You may need to do some analysis Oddsock to see if you can duplicate 
>the Shoutcast DSP output byte for byte to get around this blocking they

>seem to be doing.
>
>Nullsoft must think they are big enough now to enforce their ideals on 
>their customers.  In the meantime, I'm considering removing Winamp from

>my list of compatible players on my website.  They can use Windows 
>Media Player, XMPlay, Foobar2000, etc.
>
>Regards,
>Ross.
>
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