[PD] Live stream audio, do it with [oggcast~]?
adrcki at gmail.com
Sat Nov 23 17:25:10 CET 2013
On Sat, Nov 23, 2013 at 12:19 PM, IOhannes m zmölnig <zmoelnig at iem.at>wrote:
> On 2013-11-23 11:11, Alexandros Drymonitis wrote:
> > Is [oggcast~] the object to live stream audio to another computer? And
> > which one is the receiver? It's not mentioned in the help patch.
> oggcast~ is the object to feed a streaming server, like icecast.
> it's main purpose is to build a web broadcast, rather than a
> peer-to-peer communication. (you will need a streaming server and a
> receiver, e.g. [oggamp~]; latency is usually quite high in such setups,
> expect >10sec)
> for low-latency peer-to-peer streaming, check [netsend~]/[netreceive~].
Forgot to ask, are these the [netsend~]/[netreceive~] objects
Taken from this website: "If you're looking for objects to stream audio
over the Internet this is not what you want! However, streaming over
Internet2 or local 10Mbit or even wireless networks works very well."
Internet2? It also is alpha and can't make that either. Tried different
solutions with the makefile, like change pd_darwin to d_fat (took this from
Lyon's book) and some other stuff, but nothing worked out. There's still
much to learn about unix..
if you are on linux (or osx), you could also use an external application
> like `jacktrip` (`aptitude install jacktrip`) and use jack to setup your
> routing between Pd, network and speakers.
> finally, there's the iemrtp , which allows you to build an RTP
> streamer (both sides) within Pd.
>  https://github.com/iem-projects/pd-iemrtp/
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