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Barnabas
2007-07-27, 03:56
Hi there,

I have been trying to use the built in capability for streaming OGG/Vorbis streams directly to the SB-II. When I have been listening for 10->30 seconds the player freezes with the message:

"ran out of decode NVRAM"

The server is just fine.

This only occurs with OGG. Streaming MP3 is no problem.

I use a FreeBSD box for server, and setup the server to crossencode the OGG stream with SOX/FLAC so the stream ends up in FLAC format. This is a workaround that solves the problem here and now. It would be nice to be able to use the internal facility for decoding OGG streams though.

I have the latest firmware and server soft. My guess is that it is some kind of issue with the internal firmwares capability for decoding OGG streams.

The problem is when listening to the high qual streams from the icecast directory:

http://dir.xiph.org/index.php

I am trying to use the channels from Virgin Radio UK:

http://dir.xiph.org/index.php?sgenre=&stype=&search=virgin

The problem is with the 160 kbit sec. high qual streams.

Have anyone else seen this, or could you test to see, if you have a similar issue?

thanks

Nikolaj Hansen

bpa
2007-07-27, 04:06
See
http://bugs.slimdevices.com/show_bug.cgi?id=5167

Workaround is to use Slimserver and disable Ogg (built-in) under Server Setting/Filetypes

Barnabas
2007-07-27, 04:14
See
http://bugs.slimdevices.com/show_bug.cgi?id=5167

Workaround is to use Slimserver and disable Ogg (built-in) under Server Setting/Filetypes

Thanks!

Disabling the built in ogg was the first thing I did.

And when someone else reported the bug then I don't have to ;-D