[Icecast] how to use the stdin module?

José Luis Artuch artuch at speedy.com.ar
Sat Feb 9 17:48:54 PST 2013


Ok Xabier, thank you very much.
I do not find a <proxy> section in the config file, but I will
investigate a bit about this.

El dom, 10-02-2013 a las 00:17 +0100, Xabier Oneca -- xOneca escribió:

> I was trying to tell you so. I'm not at home, so I can't tell you
> exactly how it is done, but I remember a <proxy> section in Icecast
> config file where you can tell the source stream and where to mount
> locally.
> 
> But as I have said before, see the Icecast documentation for more
> details (or perhaps the original config file also has comments for
> configuring it).
> 
> 
> El 10/02/2013 00:12, "José Luis Artuch" <artuch at speedy.com.ar>
> escribió:
> 
>         Xabier, I mean vlc + Ices2 + Icecast2, I do not know because I
>         do not work with Windows.
>         Very interesting a proxi with Icecast2, I will study. I have
>         saved a lot of work, why do not you tell me before ? :))
>         
>         El sáb, 09-02-2013 a las 23:28 +0100, Xabier Oneca -- xOneca
>         escribió:
>         
>         > But you don't need VLC nor Ices2 to build a proxy with
>         > Icecast. It can connect to a stream and proxy it. I have
>         > tested it with a SHOUTCast server proxied through an Icecast
>         > mount point.
>         > 
>         > Why shouldn't work in Windows?
>         > 
>         > El 09/02/2013 22:43, "José Luis Artuch"
>         > <artuch at speedy.com.ar> escribió:
>         > 
>         >         Perhaps I've done something similar but on Debian
>         >         and not know if it will work in Windows.
>         >         I've used vlc to receive any audio from the Internet
>         >         and ices2 as a source client. It works perfectly
>         >         fine as a repeater.
>         >         
>         >         El sáb, 09-02-2013 a las 22:23 +0100, Xabier Oneca
>         >         -- xOneca escribió:
>         >         
>         >         > Is the stream a MP3 stream? If so, you can use
>         >         > Icecast as a proxy (see documentation).
>         >         > 
>         >         > El 09/02/2013 22:05, "Michael Renner"
>         >         > <michael.renner at gmx.de> escribió:
>         >         > 
>         >         >         Moin,
>         >         >         
>         >         >         I compiled icecast under cygwin (yes, I
>         >         >         have to use Windows 7 togehter with
>         >         >         cygwin).
>         >         >         
>         >         >         The audio stream that I want to distribute
>         >         >         come from stdin, like I get it from
>         >         >         
>         >         >         curl
>         >         >         http://streamingserver.foo.bar/stream/stream.php |
>         >         >         
>         >         >         But how to proceed? Should I just pipe
>         >         >         this to | icecast -c etc/icecast.xml?
>         >         >         It does not work.
>         >         >         
>         >         >         Thanks for any hint!
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