connecting multiple mms with streams

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connecting multiple mms with streams

Postby olkol » Sat Feb 14, 2009 5:48 pm

I am looking for a solution to combine several mms systems so that on a master system a playlist may be created. Clients may connect to the master system and all (clients and master) should play always in sync.

I think this could be done best using a streaming server but i don't know how it could be hooked to the playlist of the mms master.

I would like to "flood" several rooms with the same music.

As far as i remember, vlc can also act as a streaming server. Would it lead to a solution to use vlc as player and streaming server on the master mms? Has anybody done something similar?

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Re: connecting multiple mms with streams

Postby Uatschitchun » Sun Feb 15, 2009 9:12 am

what about pulse-audio?
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Re: connecting multiple mms with streams

Postby olkol » Sun Feb 15, 2009 12:19 pm

It's not the point to just have a sound server or streaming server. It should be controlled by mms frontend.

I would like to run mms as usual on system A, system B should be able to connect to A and get the current audio as a stream. VLC seems to be the logical way because it can act as a player and as a streaming server. I do not kwow much about pulse audio, but i don't see how it could solve this.

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Re: connecting multiple mms with streams

Postby naicheben » Sun Feb 15, 2009 1:33 pm

In "Board index -> S100 -> Debvision | german" sledge just postet his vlc-wrapper. Maybe it helps jo to use MMS with vlc.
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Re: connecting multiple mms with streams

Postby olkol » Sun Feb 15, 2009 2:54 pm

oh, thanks for the hint.


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