[vorbis] Some simple Q's about Vorbis...
mark.hetherington at studentmail.newcastle.edu.au
Mon Oct 29 17:10:56 PST 2001
The Ogg format is an audio format, not an audio streaming protocol. I beleive
you need to look up "Icecast". which is used to stream ogg + mp3 files over
On Tue, 30 Oct 2001 12:01, you wrote:
> Hello all!
> I am wondering if anyone can help me locate some information concerning
> streaming Vorbis files. I am needing to locate the information for a
> multimedia networking class I am taking so I can learn all this audio
> and networking mumbo-jumbo.
> For the class, I need to locate 3 streaming media types and answer the
> following questions:
> Does it use Meta files?
> Does it use UDP or TCP?
> Is RTP and/or RTSP used?
> As far as I've been able to determine thus far, by reading the
> documentation (concerning Vorbis):
> No mention
> Can someone help me locate some more specific information concerning any
> of the above, or let me know for sure that Vorbis doesn't use said
> Many thanks from a newbie!
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