Re: [ecasound] creating real-time output mp3

From: Joel Roth <joelz@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Fri Jun 11 2010 - 22:13:29 EEST

On Fri, Jun 11, 2010 at 07:05:22PM +0100, zonyi besk wrote:
> Thanks for so far,
> It's a bit simplier as there are no audience just the user who is the
> controller/listener as well so just one stream needed.

> I can control ecasound via php socket on port 2868 it's solved, and can
> output mp3 file.
> Making a lot test with ecasound it seems that if i set the duration time to
> 1 sec the output mp3 file will be always overwriting instead of joining with
> the new one.
> Any solution to get them joining?

If the output is mp3, it is LAME that would need to
append. Looks like neither LAME nor Ecasound have
an append mode. I think that is related to the file
format. WAV and and mp3 files requires a header.

If the output is a local file, I would receive the mp3s
separately, and do all your mixing and effects processing
locally. Then you don't have to worry about synchronizing
with the server hosting the mp3 files.



> Thanks
> Regards,
> Zol

Joel Roth
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