[Icecast] how to unsubsribe?
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Thu Oct 29 10:21:11 UTC 2020
I am missing beplow each mail how one can un-subscribe.
Can that be added please?
Op 28-10-2020 om 16:06 schreef Mayiani, Martin Martine - mayianmm:
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> I second that advice. Also when you reference your file in intro do this <intro>/Sonic.mp3 </intro> . As long as it is in the folder you don’t need the whole path.
>> On Oct 28, 2020, at 10:08 AM, Robert Fitzpatrick <robert at webtent.org> wrote:
>> Mayiani, Martin Martine - mayianmm wrote on 10/27/2020 11:03 PM:
>>> Hi Robert,
>>> Unfortunately I am not replying to answer your question but to ask a question on pre-roll. I am working on a similar project but still at the configuration stages. For some reason my intro file is not being played. I am also using Icecast 2.4.4 and have four mount points on one relay server. I am trying to use my intro file on only one mount point. I am also doing mp3 not HLS. Any insight ? I have attached the config for my mount point.
>> You need to be sure your mp3 file used for the intro is encoded the same as your stream. I use `mediainfo` to view the format and be sure the file is the same sampling rate and bit rate as well as the number of channels. I found once the file I was trying to use was not 2 channel stereo. Also, I see you are using the full path for the intro file in your config. I'm not sure if Icecast supports the full path, I only put the name of the file and place the file into the Icecast web directory.
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