Subject: Re: [ecasound] Ecasound Newbie. A simple problem.
From: Kai Vehmanen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Mar 01 2001 - 19:41:37 EET
On Tue, 27 Feb 2001, Francesco Colferai wrote:
> notlame which encode everything at 16Kbit. My problem is that sometime
> someone ask me for a good quality recording of the on air events. Ive
> only an audio board and im wondering if it was possible to make
> something like that: ecasound -eca -i /dev/dsp -o file.mp3 (in
> ecasoundrc notlame is configured for 16kbit etc) in the background
> (its lounched from inittab). And then when i want id like to be able
> to do someting like that:
At the moment general support for sharing soundcard access is not very
good. It is possible, but you have to play with ALSA or OSS/com driver
options (possibly ESD), to get this working. However, you could do
ecasound -a:1,2 -i /dev/dsp -a:1 -o low_quality.mp3 -a:2 -o full_quality.wav
... so you'd save the audio in two different formats. Then you could have
a cronjob that would remove all unnecessary full-quality files, and only
archive the mp3s. For instance, you might have last 24 hours archived in
full quality. This way you wouldn't need to mess with driver options.
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