Bug#574628: liquidsoap: Drop video when processing Ogg Theora file
> Thanks for your report !
You are welcome. :)
> The video support in liquidsoap 0.9.2 is not complete.. It is much
> more advanced in the SVN version.
> As for your issue, it comes from the fact that the current ocaml-theora
> binding in Debian uses the old theora API.
Any hope of having it fixed in Squeeze?
> To fix this, you may, as you prefer:
> * Install liquidspap SVN
> * Downgrade libtheora to a 1.0 version
> * Install the ocaml-theora binding from our svn and recompile
> liquidsoap against it.
I'm still trying to understand if liquidsoap is a good way to do what
I want. Not sure I want to spend to much time on the development of
the tool until I know it is worth my while.
> I would personally suggest to try liquidsoap SVN. The support for
> video there should be more complete (in particular channel mapping
> and other details).
> Also, we need more reports and testers before we can push for the
> first 1.0 beta release :-)
Perhaps you can tell me if liquidsoap make sure the generated stream
is continous, even if it is told to switch streamed ogg file before
the file is completely streamed.
We have tried with vlc and ezstream without the luck so far, and are
looking for a tool that allow us to create a web based open channel.
We have a list of ogg files and a schedule when they should air, and
in between we need to generate a program listing and run som fillers.
The schedule and meta information is fetched using SOAP from the web
application handling uploads and scheduling.
Is liquidstream the right tools for this?