[PD] Live stream audio, do it with [oggcast~]?
adrcki at gmail.com
Sun Nov 24 19:38:38 CET 2013
I'm actually trying to solve the make problem with the iemrtp library. The
error I get when I type make in the library's directory is this:
./iemrtp.h:35:2: error: No byte order defined
I looked at the iemrtp.h file and what I understood is that I need the
endian.h file, which I don't have. There is also an #if defined(__linux__)
|| defined(__CYGWIN__) || defined(__GNU__) || defined(ANDROID) which I
commented out and left only the #include endian.h (bad, good? I'm on os x,
so should I define something when attempting to make the library?).
I googled and found an endian.h file, copied it to the library's directory,
but if I type make I get this error: ./iemrtp.h:26:10: fatal error:
'endian.h' file not found.
Can anyone help me out with this?
On Sat, Nov 23, 2013 at 6:25 PM, Alexandros Drymonitis <adrcki at gmail.com>wrote:
> 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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