Hi again people! Having a lot of problems with lame....
I already know that lame has nothing to do with you guys and
that the liquidsoap is behaving like it should and that the problem
is most likely to be in the LAME enconder, but, never the less,
you may have valuable experience in this matter.
As you may imagine, I am using the output.icecast.lame command,
wich apparently works perfectly fine, but while the script is loading,
it exits with a Cry.Error exception, like this
2010/10/27 13:42:01 [threads:1] Thread "root" aborts with exception
Thread 3 killed on uncaught exception Cry.Error(0)
Thanx for ur time!
Le mercredi 27 octobre 2010 15:20:35, Daniel Prado a écrit :
> Hi again people!
> Having a lot of problems with lame....
> I already know that lame has nothing to do with you guys and
> that the liquidsoap is behaving like it should and that the problem
> is most likely to be in the LAME enconder, but, never the less,
> you may have valuable experience in this matter.
Yes, I've had your other mail in my TODO pile. I think you simply do not have
By the way, you probably would prefer to use output.icecast.mp3, which uses
the built-in mp3 encoder. I think you are usiing gentoo, so I am not sure
about the packaging status of liquidsoap there. Most likely, you need to:
* install libmp3lame
* compile liquidsoap from sources
So, maybe, start with installing the lame binary. Then, if output.icecast.lame
is not ok for your needs, then move on and build liquidsoap from source with
the internal mp3 encoder enabled..
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