Subject: [ecasound] using mpg123 and lame
From: Jeremy Hall (firstname.lastname@example.org )
Date: Mon Dec 13 1999 - 18:37:51 EET
WARNING! this may be considered off topic.
I am using mpg123 version:
[root@dead /root]# mpg123 -v
High Performance MPEG 1.0/2.0/2.5 Audio Player for Layer 1, 2 and 3.
Version 0.59o (1998/Feb/08). Written and copyrights by Michael Hipp.
Uses code from various people. See 'README' for more!
THIS SOFTWARE COMES WITH ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY! USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!
usage: mpg123 [option(s)] [file(s) | URL(s) | -]
supported options [defaults in brackets]:
-v increase verbosity level -q quiet (don't print title)
-t testmode (no output) -s write to stdout
-k n skip first n frames  -n n decode only n frames [all]
-c check range violations -y DISABLE resync on errors
-b n output buffer: n Kbytes  -f n change scalefactor 
-r n set/force samplerate [auto] -g n set audio hardware output
-os,-ol,-oh output to built-in speaker,line-out connector,headphones
-a d set audio device
-2 downsample 1:2 (22 kHz) -4 downsample 1:4 (11 kHz)
-d n play every n'th frame only -h n play every frame n times
-0 decode channel 0 (left) only -1 decode channel 1
-m mix both channels (mono) -p p use HTTP proxy p
-@ f read filenames/URLs from f
-z shuffle play (with wildcards) -Z random play
-u a HTTP authentication string
See the manpage mpg123(1) for more information.
and it does not like live streams produced by lame. Since you people want
to use mpg123 and lame in combination with ecasound, have you seen
problems with this combination? Lame is 3.57
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