[PD] Live stream audio, do it with [oggcast~]?

Alexandros Drymonitis adrcki at gmail.com
Sun Nov 24 20:37:39 CET 2013

Ok, I don't know stuff about RTP/RTCP. So, I'd rather go for
[netsend~]/[netreceive~]. In the README file though it says this:
To compile for Pd, cd into the directory, where you found this
  README and type "make pd_linux", "make pd_darwin", "make pd_irix6"
  (make is supposed to be gnu-make) or "nmake pd_nt" depending on
  the operating system you are using.

But typing make pd_darwin I get this error: make: Nothing to be done for
Plus, on the website of these objects it says that they are currently

The directory though includes .pd_darwin files, but trying to import the
library in a patch, the console shows this:
10): no suitable image found.  Did find:

mach-o, but wrong architecture
[import]: can't load library in 'netsend~'

Any tip on solving this problem?

On Sun, Nov 24, 2013 at 9:25 PM, IOhannes m zmölnig <zmoelnig at iem.at> wrote:

> On 2013-11-24 19:38, Alexandros Drymonitis wrote:
> > I'm actually trying to solve the make problem with the iemrtp library.
> The
> darn, i should not announce these objects :-) :-(
> the thing is, that these objects allow you to create an RTP streaming
> solution - if you know what you are doing (you should have a good idea
> about what RTP/RTCP is; the objects will do the
> data-formatting/packaging for you, but you have to implement buffering,
> resampling, packet-loss correction,... yourself and within Pd!
> currently the only supported payload is 16bit uncompressed audio.
> these objects are not for the fain-hearted...
> [netsend~]/[netreceive~] are definitely easier to use.
> gfmdsar
> IOhannes
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