[Icecast] Icecast Digest, Vol 175, Issue 5

Damian db76 at riseup.net
Sun Jan 13 08:13:02 UTC 2019


Thanks for your offer to help. Do you mind if I email you at 0turn1 at gmail.com instead?... as I am no longer on facebook.

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> Date: Sat, 12 Jan 2019 10:08:49 +0100
> From: "0turn1 at gmail.com" <0turn1 at gmail.com>
> To: Icecast streaming server user discussions <icecast at xiph.org>
> Subject: Re: [Icecast] Info on how to display <stream-name> instead of
> 	<mount-name> in a media player
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> Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,
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> Hello
> Yes but it is very limited. If you need any consulting or help call me or
> message me.
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> https://www.facebook.com/scottkaltbier
> I can see more about what you are trying to do if you give me a bit more to
> work with. Then I will tell you how to do what you are trying to do.
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> Vielen Dank für deine/Ihre schnelle Rückantwort.
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> Mit freundlichem Gruß
> Thank You
> Scott Winterstein
> +49 151 24404 398
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> On Sat, Jan 12, 2019 at 7:31 AM Damian <db76 at riseup.net> wrote:
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>> Hi, thanks for your reply. So does that then mean that there is no inbuilt
>> mechanism for forcing stream-name to display over mount-name?
>> 
>> I run Liquidsoap with iceacst, and I know Liquidsoap is responsible for
>> the artist and title metadata, but I thought that icecast handled the
>> stream name side of things. Any clarification on this would be helpful.
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>> D
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>> *On Tue Jan 8 14:29:21 UTC 2019 0turn1 at gmail.com <http://gmail.com>
>> 0turn1 at gmail.com <http://gmail.com>*
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>> *Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,*
>> 
>> *Hello*
>> *This can be the way the metadata in the stream is being sent too. IDK*
>> *exactly but could have something to do with that. I know that you can
>> write*
>> *custom metadata scripts using java and other code to have the stream
>> window*
>> *open a certain sized window, image, album, artist, song name, etc, etc*
>> *Vielen Dank für deine/Ihre schnelle Rückantwort.*
>> 
>> *Mit freundlichem Gruß*
>> *Thank You*
>> *Scott Winterstein*
>> *+49 151 24404 398*
>> 
>> 
>> *...................................................................................*
>> 
>> *eof*
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>> *On Tue, Jan 8, 2019 at 11:38 AM Damian <db76 at riseup.net
>> <http://riseup.net>> wrote:*
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>> *> Hi,*
>> *>*
>> *> I apologise if this question has been asked and discussed before. If
>> so,*
>> *> please just refer me to the relevant thread, as I am having a hard time*
>> *> finding the answer.*
>> *>*
>> *> I have noticed that on most Shoutcast streams that I have listened to*
>> *> using iTunes, the stream-name is displayed above the artist - title*
>> *> information. The artist - title information then rotates with the url
>> of*
>> *> the stream.*
>> *>*
>> *> I have noticed that with Icecast, the mount-name is displayed instead
>> of*
>> *> the stream-name. I assume that this behaviour is by design, but that it
>> can*
>> *> be overridden. I am wondering how to do this.*
>> *>*
>> *> I run two seperate streams on one instance of icecast, so, in my*
>> *> icecast.xml, I have set these parameters for both mounts.*
>> *>*
>> *> <mount type="normal">*
>> *>        <stream-name>MYRADIONAME</stream-name>*
>> *>         <mount-name>/MOUNTNAME</mount-name>*
>> *>         <public>1</public>*
>> *>         <max-listeners>50</max-listeners>*
>> *>     </mount>*
>> *>*
>> *> Any guidance will be greatly appreciated.*
>> *>*
>> *> D*
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