Without doubt, streamer is the best around Well to my opion it is. Why?
Because it is simple and yet flexible.
It's definately WAY
better than (dare I even utter the word here?
Even managed to get a NSV stream going. What I'd like though is a direct AAC support.
From what I've heard is that neither AAC nor AAC+ (which sounds even better) have been tested with StreamerP2P, but I plan to do just that once I get my stations back up and running (I have them down at present for maintenance purposes
[b]OGG is far better than MP3, but AAC is better than OGG.
Meaning: Where OGG needs around 80Kbit/s AAC does even better at 64Kbit/s.
As I mentioned earlier, AAC+ (which comes natively with Winamp 5.12) sounds EVEN BETTER than AAC. In fact, it so much better, you will [b]never believe what the bitrate of the audio from my TV station will be.
Try 32K on for size.
By using Parabolic Stereo, I can go as low as 24K (yes, you heard me correctly. I said 24K
) without much (if hardly any noticeable) degradation of audio quality.
This, along with 80K VP3 video, would put my station somewhere in the 96-128K region, which is right where I want it (especially when you consider I'm not going to be using conventional streaming).
And some other Video stream support would be nice also.
The [B]only formats I would like to see would be Windows Media and true MP4. Anything else, as former Seattle Seahawks linebacker Brian Bosworth
(and later NBA star Charles Barkley
after Brian) would put it, UNCIVILIZED
But wonder what codec could deliver some good Q in low bitrates. Like 15 fps, stream say 200 Kbit/s ? 320x240...
As I said before, I'm using VP3 @ 20 fps. and getting overall bitrates of 96-128K (80K video only, though this has not been verified yet).
[b]Still, the way it is now is allready awesome, thx Ian.
I second that notion.
[b]KEEP UP THE GREAT & WONDERFUL WORK GUYS!!!!
Someone needs to work on debugging the default normal settings on this board. My post is a mess and I dunno wtf happened.