[CELT-dev] [OT] high quality point-to-point audio streaming software?
dennis at heerema.net
Thu Feb 17 02:16:42 PST 2011
Hi Ross, all others,
There is a product not finished yet called fideliphone
Simple to configure, point to point. Its beta though.
Another product witch I use for an hospital radio station:
It's like teamspeak, free for use, client server config, uses speex codec
and Celt (mono and strereo).
Het is een raar fenomeen.
Maar echte Amsterdammers wonen er 20 kilometer omheen!!
Quote Marije en Dennis
From: "Ross Bencina" <rossb-lists at audiomulch.com>
To: <celt-dev at xiph.org>
Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2011 20:50:56 +1100
Subject: [CELT-dev] [OT] high quality point-to-point audio streaming
Sorry, this is off-topic here but relates to current use of CELT and/or
in real-world systems. If there's a better forum to ask this question
let me know.
I'm wondering if anyone can point me in the direction of software I can use
right now that will give me high-quality point-to-point live audio
accross the internet. Kind of like Skype, but designed for stereo music
instead of just voice. The application is streaming a live music concert
from one venue to another venue on another continent.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I've read that you can do things like this
icecast but my understanding is you need to configure a server so it's more
suited to permenatnt broadcast than for ad-hoc once-off point-to-point
I guess once Opus is finished Skype will do something like this but I'm
wondering what's available today (the concert is in one week!).
Any and all pointers welcome :-)
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