streaming at double speed

Steve Holmes steve at
Sun Aug 12 17:16:41 EDT 2007

Mplayer is working fine around here.  I'm listening to the NPR news as
I write this.  The New York 1 feed sounded OK though Real Audio still
sounds inferior to MP3, WMA and other formats.  Anyway, both feeds are
playing at normal speed.

On Wed, Aug 08, 2007 at 12:51:31PM -0400, Chuck Hallenbeck wrote:
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> I expect others here are using mplayer to access audio or multimedia
> streams. In the last couple of weeks, streams which had been working
> normally are suddenly being reproduced at double speed on my system
> (Debian Sid, with frequent upgrades). Here is an example of such a
> stream:
> rtsp://
> and here another one:
> mms://
> If your mplayer works for audio streams, would you please try those two
> and see if they work for you? I don't have a clue as to where to start
> looking for the solution, other than to sign up for the mplayer mailing
> list.
> Chuck
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