[pp.int.general] Help with broadcasting
erik.lonroth at gmail.com
Fri Apr 29 00:43:08 CEST 2011
Oh, thanx for the advices and offer from technik at piratenpartei-nrw.de!
Maybe I was a bit unclear, but I was more thinking something like.
1. "Me and the interview people" logs in to a mumble server, using
2. The admin of the server starts recording the "interview session"
somehow. (... and saves it to file we can use later. podcast,
3a. The sound is at the same time being sent to a software of some
kind (Maybe vlc?) that...
3.b ... broadcasts the interview sound on the web via a link. (
Maybe there is some other software that needs to help here to do just
that - broadcast. )
4. The listeners access the link and starts listening.
The "link" is probably important to make available as part of the
"marketing" of the interview, so that is why this technicality needs
to be sorted as soon as possible.
If anyone can offer me a test where I can log in, say a few words and
get that sound broadcasted on the internet. Thats what I need. The
amount of listeners needs to be "large"... But I settle for anything.
On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 10:17 PM, Chr1s Shea7s <yawnbox at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm not so sure this is the solution you're looking for. You probably
> want to look into peercasting:
> From: http://mumble.sourceforge.net/Commercial_Hosting#Murmur_technical_requirements
> "Mumble uses CELT, and using the highest quality and lowest latency,
> the peak bandwidth is 134kbit/s per speaker per listener (with IP and
> UDP overhead). However, this is the max bandwidth, and the recommended
> bandwidth (that has a very unnoticeable quality reduction for normal
> speech) is 63kbit/s. In other words, a server with 10 users and 1 user
> speaking will need to replicate the datastream 9 times, for a total of
> 63*9=567kbit/s outgoing bandwidth. If all 10 users speak at once, each
> stream has to be replicated 9 times, for a total of 63kbit/s*9*10=5.67
> Mbit/s. Note that these are absolute worst-case scenarios, and the
> average bandwidth use is around 20-30 kbit/s during speech, multiplied
> by the number of listeners; it is only possibly in a real world
> scenario for at most two people to be talking at the same time and
> still understand what they are saying."
> 63*100=6300kbit/s outgoing bandwidth (worst case scenario)
> If this is correct, you would need an upstream of 787.5 Mbit/s
> 30*100=3000kbit/s, average, which is still 375Mbit/s of upload bandwidth.
> Maybe you could buy one month of service here: mumblevoice.com (for
> 100, 150, or 200 users). I've never used this service.
> Good luck
> On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 11:57 AM, Erik Lönroth <erik.lonroth at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I would need some help setting up a "radio broadcast" for the
>> interview I'm doing with "The Bradley Manning Support Network".
>> I prefer to use "Mumble", since one of the participants is not so good
>> on setting up techs. Connecting via mumble is a challenge already and
>> this is a track we sort of have taken so far. If you have a simpler
>> solution, please tell us. Open Source only.
>> The problem I have is that this interview might attract more
>> listensters than I can host myself, so basically I'm looking for
>> someone that can host a real solution for this with enough bw for "I
>> dont know, but possibly 100? " listeners.
>> If someone lets us connect to a "mumble" server, make the recording of
>> the interview - and - broadcast it live. I would be so greatful!
>> The interview is scheduled on the 25:th may preliminary.
>> I really need help here.
>> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
>> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
> Christopher Sheats
> yawnbox at gmail.com
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