[Icecast] Swift help
jayeshdalal at gmail.com
Sun Mar 3 22:59:48 UTC 2019
Depending on how low level you want to get, you can also use the gstreamer
Here is an gstreamer pipeline to read from a mic and send the information
to a local icecast server:
gst-launch-1.0 alsasrc name=mic provide-clock=true do-timestamp=true !
audioconvert ! vorbisenc ! oggmux ! shout2send mount=/01.ogg port=8000
username=u1 password=p1 ip=localhost
If you want to get fancy, you can also combine from multiple mic sources to
create a surround/stereo effect.
On Sat, Mar 2, 2019 at 3:09 AM Richard Elen <relen at brideswell.com> wrote:
> Would BUTT do the job?
> On 01-Mar-19 17:04, Christopher Curry wrote:
> > Hi there Icecast,
> > Hope all is well.
> > I have a macOS application that takes audio in from an external mixer,
> and uses Apple core audio to process. I want to add a live streaming
> feature to an Icecast server. Is there any Swift API examples. I just
> want a basic API that will take the core audio and stream it out to an
> Icecast service.
> > In my endeavors to find this, I have found the dark ice source code.
> But there are many things in this code that I just don’t need or want. I
> just need to know how to wrap the audio and what chunks to give to you.
> > Thanks,
> > Chris
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