Streaming Audio over Ethernet//Internet


    Dec 27 2006 | 1:04 pm
    Hi, How can I send Audio in realtime from one computer to another in MaxMSP? With jit.net.send I couldn't manage.
    How can I send Audio over Internet from one Computer to another?
    Kind regards and Happy new year

    • Dec 27 2006 | 3:55 pm
      Take a look at this article:
      in the part which is headlined "Jitter". You need to use jit.catch and jit.release objects, as explained there.
    • Dec 27 2006 | 4:54 pm
      With jit.catch - and jit.release through a Ethernet Cable between 1 computers directly linked the outcoming sound is in all modes like passing the sound through a ringmodulator with modulating time 1ms. Are there other solutions with realtime compressed audio? kind regards fha
    • Dec 28 2006 | 5:24 am
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      You might check out nSLAM from SAT which does multi-channel ogg streaming using icecast.
      FHAStudent1 wrote: > With jit.catch - and jit.release through a Ethernet Cable between 1 computers directly linked the outcoming sound is in all modes like passing the sound through a ringmodulator with modulating time 1ms. Are there other solutions with realtime compressed audio? > kind regards > fha >
      - -- Matthew Shanley little secrets records and stuff http://littlesecretsrecords.com/ E-mail: matthewshanley@littlesecretsrecords.com
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    • Dec 28 2006 | 9:36 am
      Or you may use Olaf's oggcast / oggamp, or simply netsend~/netreceive~...
      f.e
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      Matthew Shanley wrote: > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > Hash: SHA1 > > You might check out nSLAM from SAT which does multi-channel ogg > streaming using icecast. > > http://www.tot.sat.qc.ca/eng/nslam.html > > > > FHAStudent1 wrote: > >> With jit.catch - and jit.release through a Ethernet Cable between 1 computers directly linked the outcoming sound is in all modes like passing the sound through a ringmodulator with modulating time 1ms. Are there other solutions with realtime compressed audio? >> kind regards >> fha >> >> > > - -- > Matthew Shanley > little secrets records and stuff > http://littlesecretsrecords.com/ > E-mail: matthewshanley@littlesecretsrecords.com > > GnuPG Public Key ID: 0x4DA4915C > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- > Version: GnuPG v1.4.6 (Darwin) > Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org > > iD8DBQFFk1UjIrtD7k2kkVwRAqSpAKCYhdVgVw5I5WvhRLUKQzDJLz3srgCdH7pv > LrQ7kcV4ByoqKzk2h3p6CzQ= > =VaA+ > -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- > >
    • Dec 28 2006 | 9:55 am
      f.e wrote: > Or you may use Olaf's oggcast / oggamp, or simply netsend~/netreceive~...
      Which reminds me that I forgot to upload netsend~/netreceive~ after changing the web provider.... Just uploading them, so they will be back shortly: http://www.nullmedium.de/dev/netsend~/
      However, I'd advise strongly against using them in their current state, too many bugs and the wrong concept behind them. A new version will probably be ready on a few month (> 3, I think). I won't support the current stuff, so no universal binary and no bug-fixes.
      Olaf