[linux-audio-user] Live sound installation using the hearnet idea :)

Mario Lang mlang at delysid.org
Sun Oct 2 09:35:35 EDT 2005

R Parker <rtp405 at yahoo.com> writes:

> What amount of latency do you see from Play to Client
> read?
I didn't measure that, and I wouldnt actually know how to do it in this
setup right now.  This depends on a lot of factors, especially
since I am using variable bitrate encoding with ogg as well...
> I'm seeing some horrendous times. I started with
> several minutes and last test was down to about 45
> seconds which is better but not really good enough.
I'd *guess* its about a minute here, but I am really not concerned with it.
> Prior to FC3 I had a configuration on RH9 that was
> lagging about 15 seconds. Are you getting close to
> that?
IT depends on the remote icecast buffer size as well, which I dont
have control over.  I'll work on streaming latency as soon as it
gets important :-)
> ron
> --- Mario Lang <mlang at delysid.org> wrote:
>> Hi.
>> Lets see how long this actually survives, but I just
>> created my first
>> live internet sound installation ever! :-)
>> http://delysid.org/schearnet.html
>> Now features a live ogg stream of my home network
>> traffic!
>> http://mozart.soundportal.at:8000/delYsid.ogg
>> (Thanks to the 979FM internet crew for graciously
>> providing a hell
>> of a lot of icecast bandwidth for free!)
>> Powered by SuperCollider3, schearnet.c, JACK and
>> oddcastv3
>> -- 
>> CYa,
>>   Mario
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