[vorbis] Re: Website for Ogg/Vorbis support for MPEG4IP
mark.hetherington at studentmail.newcastle.edu.au
Mon Sep 9 01:36:48 PDT 2002
I kinda figured that you could just send each ogg frame in a datagram, if it
doesn't make it you just skip a bit of audio...
On Lundo, la 9a de Septembro 2002 18:27, John Morton wrote:
> On Mon, 09 Sep 2002 17:57, Mark Hetherington wrote:
> > Ok, fair enough, but doesn't icecast just rebuffer if it gets too far
> > behind? Or is this the problem?
> Pretty much. You can't just tell the tcp layer to stop asking for a
> retransmit for a packet you don't care about anymore. It doesn't have
> the right control knobs in userspace, AFAIK.
> > Could icecast be modified to just send UDP packets?
> Why yes, it's called RTP/RTSP, just as the protocol of preference that uses
> TCP is HTTP :-)
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