hank at hanksmith.net
Thu Oct 28 11:47:24 EDT 2004
how do you get the audio and video content to the server? or is this one of
those server/clients thingys?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Janina Sajka" <janina at rednote.net>
To: "Speakup is a screen review system for Linux." <speakup at braille.uwo.ca>
Sent: Thursday, October 28, 2004 7:06 AM
Subject: Re: Internet Broadcasting
> Luke Yelavich writes:
>> > Does anyone here use gstreamer from the cli? Did you know you can? I
>> > just learned that the other day.
>> You learn something new every day. I must check it out. :)
> I didn't mean to be mysterious, so I'll share exactly what I have. This
> came up in the context of our FSG Accessibility Workgroup's desire to
> stream our January conference on the net using Fluendo, the Vorbis
> video/audio lib theora streamer. Here's the salient part of the email I
> got from Fluendo's maintainer:
> From: Christian Fredrik Kalager Schaller <christian at fluendo.com>
> Hi Janina,
> Sorry for the late reply. The first version of the server is now
> available on the Fluendo website.
> As for a shell script for playing back the stream with GStreamer
> something containing something like this should work:
> gst-launch gnomevfssrc location=http://mirror.fluendo.com:8800 !
> decodebin ! alsasink
> Using osssink instead of alsasink might be an advantage since it is more
> broadly deployed. There is also a sunaudiosink for Solaris users.
> The http address of course you replace with your own.
> As for mplayer you just run: mplayer http://mirror.fluendo.com:8000 and
> it should work. People just need to make sure they have a new Theora
> enabled mplayer installed.
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