[PD] direct connection from pd to webrowser, low latency

onyx@onyx-ashanti.com onyxashanti at gmail.com
Thu Apr 25 16:36:58 CEST 2013

Thanks for getting back to me do quickly.

Is there a network audio object (s) that can output  standard formatted
On Apr 25, 2013 4:32 PM, "Martin Peach" <martin.peach at sympatico.ca> wrote:

> Well, [udpsend~] is meant to work with [udpreceive~], so you really have
> to run Pd on both ends of the connection. Of course you are free to modify
> the code to make it work with your setup -- that would mean integrating
> [udpsend~] into the server and [udpreceive~] into the clients' browsers,
> which I have no idea how to do.
> Martin
> On 2013-04-25 10:14, onyx at onyx-ashanti.com wrote:
>> Greetings!  I hope all is well with you.  I wanted to ask if i might
>> gain some of your insight on a project i am undertaking.
>> I am currently attempting to stream my audio into html5 capable web
>> browsers of smartphones.  i have created a local network and installed
>> nginx as my webserver.  i and a friend got everything working with the
>> oggcast~ and mp3cast~ objects and the icecast 2 server, but the latency
>> was horrific-5-15seconds.  I would like to investigate the idea of
>> taking advantage of the plugin-less nature of these modern fast browsers
>> and pipe the audio directly into it as directly as possible the same way
>> voip works but lower bandwidth and only one way.
>> I see that udpsend~ can do alot of what i think i want, but i am
>> confused as to how i might connect it with the audio socket in the
>> client browser (if socket is even the right term).
>> Any insight would be greatly appreciated.  and if i get it working, as
>> before, i will document the findings in a step by step once it works.
>> thank you.
>> cheers!
>> Onyx
>> --
>> www.onyx-ashanti.com <http://www.onyx-ashanti.com>
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