[PD] streaming audio and video in Linux

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Wed Feb 25 01:49:48 CET 2009

pdp_theonice~ or something like that is another.


On Feb 23, 2009, at 11:54 PM, John Harrison wrote:

> Somebody was just asking me about options for streaming audio and  
> video in Pd-extended. I wouldn't mind help with the answer. Here's  
> what I have gathered so far.
> Audio:
> streamin~ and streamout~ --- but the help patches don't seem to work  
> in Linux. Seems to work ok in windows.
> netsend~ and netreceive~ --- not provided in pd-extended and seemed  
> a bit flaky when I tried them before.
> mp3streamin~ and mp3streamout~ --- help patch missing in pd-extended  
> but seem to work ok outside of Windows.
> mp3cast~ and friends: seems to work ok if you have a shoutcast  
> server...
> Video:
> I couldn't find anything in Gem to stream video. Did I miss it? I  
> was wondering if using pix_pix2sig~, streaming as audio, then  
> pix_sig2pix~ might work.
> in pdp/pidip there's pdp_i and pdp_o. I didn't find help patches for  
> these in pd_extended
> also in pdp/pidip there's some other's pdp_mp4live~ etc. I suspect  
> the ffserver-based ones don't work in pd-extended. Not sure on the  
> others.
> For either audio or video maybe there's a way to send to vlc through  
> the stdin or stdout, then let vlc do the streaming?
> -John
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> John Harrison
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