> The Linux RealAudio is working a treat with sox now and I'm very happy.
> Has anyone done anything similar for mms:// streams? I had a quick play
> and just about got it working using mplayer, a named pipe and lame. I
> started a lame thread reading the named pipe then set mplayer getting
> the mms stream. Somewhere I think I got lame reading before the named
> pipe was created which meant it didn't get any input. Then I ran out of
> time. But it's certainly a workable solution. Is this the best way to go
> about doing it or is there another solution?
I've updated the rm2mp3proxy script a bit.... it's a little better written now and it won't accept links with ";"s for security.
Changed the usage, is now:
Where GAIN is 1 for no processing and about 5 for the BBC streams... BITRATE is the resultant MP3 stream bitrate, eg 128.
I had a look at mms:// briefly... but despite it saying it was using an 8K cache, the cache filled mega slowly, and extrapolating, it looked like it was trying to get more like 8MB... i didn't leav eit to fill though.
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Thread: Linux RealAudio streaming
2004-01-22, 14:20 #1Colin Burn-MurdochGuest
Linux RealAudio streaming