On Friday 06 July 2007, Seán O Sullivan wrote:
> Very easy to do with vlc at least.
> Probably easiest to use graphical interface to do what you want, and
> once figure out how you want to do it, you could switch to cli
>>Indeed, vlc can likely do this quite well.
To offer an alternative solution that gives endless opportunity for
wasting time fiddling about with stuff, er, I mean it's very
1. Have an icecast-server to service clients.
2. Have JACK (magic local-machine-inter-process
stream plumbing thingy for linux, rapidly becoming a
3. Have a jack-enabled darkice (or similar) to upload
whatever jack sends to the icecast server
4. Have a jack-enabled mplayer (or whatever) to send
what you want via jack to darkice and then to
the icecast server and then to the clients...
Linux is actually getting quite big in the audio world, and there
are whole audio/multimedia oriented linux distros (e.g. dynebolic) and
there is support for some serious computer audio hardware in ALSA.
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