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  1. #411
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    Quote Originally Posted by knigma View Post
    Any idea what this means and how to fix this pleases? faad is installed and works.
    Don't understand this at present - could you start a new thread and post the output of plugin.bbciplayer.rtmp debugging.

    Thanks.

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    The SC is trying to do faad->lame i.e. AAC->MP3

    Have you got lame installed ?
    Have you bit rate limiting enabled ? if so what is the limit ?
    Have you disabled any of the AAC settings in WebUI Settings/Advanced/Filetypes ?

  3. #413
    LAME 32bits version 3.98.2 installed and working.
    No Filetypes disabled and in particular AAC to FLAC, MP3 and WAV are all enabled using faad/flac, faad/lame or just faad.

    No bit rate limiting

    I've tried a couple of streams with the requested debugging:

    http://www.knigma.org.uk/scratch/plu...layer.rtmp.txt

    I'll take any follow-up to a new thread as requested.

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    Can you get a log using player.source set to DEBUG.

    From this log can you check the SC is using the SC supplied faad and not a FreeBSD one.

  5. #415
    I use the FreeBSD port (audio/squeezecenter), as I have done for many years. This depends on the FreeBSD audio/faad port which is a pretty stock faad2-2.7. I don't think the FreeBSD port installs any binaries of its own.

    Do I need a patch for faad?

    PS: I'm happy to provide an ssh login and access to my squeezecenter port 9000 from a nominated IP if that helps? If so please mail me directly at markk at knigma.org
    Last edited by knigma; 2009-08-26 at 02:22.

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    There are patches to faad to support streamed input so the SC supplied faad is different to stanard faad

    The patches can eb found here

    http://svn.slimdevices.com/slim/7.3/trunk/vendor/faad2/

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    Just rechecked original log you posted -

    1. I was mistaken about using lame and mp3
    2. Your SC is using standard faad and flac.

    To support streams - there is patched version of flac and a patched version of faad.

    If you use standard Flac - I think any stream (not just AAC) that gets transcoded into Flac will stop after a few hours of playing. The exact time will depend on the stream speed.

    This info should be fed back into the Freebsd audio/suqeezecenter maintainer.
    Last edited by bpa; 2009-08-26 at 03:00. Reason: Added feedback comment

  8. #418
    Thanks. That patch has certainly changed the behavior. I'll test tonight and report. Has the patch been passed upstream or should I just try to get them included in the FreeBSD port?

  9. #419
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    Looking at your plugin debugs, the connections are being closed before they are fully connected, so there is something ending early. I hope we have diagnoised it ok as the faad implementation - let us know.

    Otherwise there are 96 downloads of the new version - is anyone else having any issues?

    Do the AAC streams sound better?

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    Hi Triode,
    I guess I am in the right thread... I run BBC iPlayer (v0.9) since yesterday, I only lightly tested with Radio 1 (replays) and it seems running fine on SC 7.3.3/linux. This from France.

    Perhaps, if I am not in the wrong thread, you could revisit its title, which still says "UK only" ?

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