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fcm4711
2004-01-21, 10:53
Hi there

First of all. Thanks for the solution to listen to
real audio streams.

One thing though. I first tried to install the
wrong vsound! There are two quite similar projects
with the same name. I only found out because
compiling and installing the wrong project would
produce an executable spelled VSound and your script
uses vsound.

After compiling and installing the correct vsound
I was able to play the BBC link you provided.

Thanks again
Felix

--- Andy Kelk <andy (AT) venda (DOT) com> wrote:
> Roy M. Silvernail wrote:
> > On Tue, Jan 20, 2004 at 05:57:33PM +0000, Colin
> Burn-Murdoch wrote:
> >>
> >> Well that should work, but for some reason it
> doesn't... at least on
> >> my system.
> >
> > Well, that's what I get for believing the manpage.
> :)
>
> I had a go with it too. I think the reason is that
> vsound just writes
> the totally unconverted au stream to STDOUT. Any
> other processing
> happens in the pipeline after that. At least this is
> my assumption. So
> in that case, -r would only work if you were saving
> the file to disk.
>
> But, as you point out, sox is a better solution
> anyway, especially if
> you want to alter the gain.
>
> I'll have a tinker with it later.
>
> Andy
>
>