buzzliteyear
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wrote on 22.04.13 at 11:56
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Hello,
Is there a way to increase the file caching (buffer) for recording say about 10 seconds
should do the trick when recording two stations at once one lags and stops about 3 times
3 seconds each stop,

thanks for the cool software also

thanks Brett
 
Kaefer
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wrote on 22.04.13 at 19:35 last edited by Kaefer on 22.04.13 at 21:10
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Hello!
As far as I know there is no need for a recording buffer, because every single piece of data that is received, will be recorded.
It seems to me that this is a problem with the stream you are recording or with your internet access.
However, I never heard of such a problem.
Viele Grüße,
Käfer
 
buzzliteyear
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wrote on 22.04.13 at 22:05
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I can not change the internet access connection or the stream so i was focusing
in a buffer

I have another program you all know "VLC media player" that seems to buffer as long as you want

can i stream using VLC and record using streamWriter with tags ???

brett


 
alex
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wrote on 22.04.13 at 22:30
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Everything you record will be written to disk, a buffer is only needed for playback. When the stream you are recording closes the connection (see the log) this is usually due to insufficient bandwith on your connection (or the stream has other problems).
LG/Best regards, Alex

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buzzliteyear
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wrote on 22.04.13 at 22:52
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Its a problem for me living in the country and was trying to get around it with software

I see the logs close connection and re-connect again

11:15:59 p.m. - No data received/sent for more than 20 seconds
11:16:04 p.m. - Connection closed
11:16:04 p.m. - Connecting to 50.30.34.61:8010…
11:16:05 p.m. - Connected
11:16:05 p.m. - "Brooks - Whiskey Under The Bridge" now playing
11:16:26 p.m. - No data received/sent for more than 20 seconds
11:16:31 p.m. - Connection closed
11:16:31 p.m. - Connecting to 50.30.34.61:8010…
11:16:32 p.m. - Connected
11:16:32 p.m. - Invalid responsecode (401)
11:16:37 p.m. - Connection closed
11:16:37 p.m. - Connecting to 50.30.34.61:8010…
11:16:37 p.m. - Connected
11:16:37 p.m. - Invalid responsecode (401)
11:16:42 p.m. - Connection closed
11:16:42 p.m. - Connecting to 50.30.34.61:8010…
11:16:43 p.m. - Connected


 
alex
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wrote on 24.04.13 at 20:35
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Hi!

11:15:59 p.m. - No data received/sent for more than 20 seconds
11:16:04 p.m. - Connection closed

This means that the stream sends nothing or your internet connection has problems receiving stuff.

Invalid responsecode (401)

This means a HTTP response code 401 was received, which means you are not allowed to connect to the requested URL. I cannot say what the operators of the stream are doing there.

These are problems where I cannot do anything to solve them, sorry:-|
LG/Best regards, Alex

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buzzliteyear
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wrote on 25.04.13 at 00:29
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It seems to happen mainly from this one stream at 256kbps,

I tested higher rate streams 320kbps with no problem

does the stream im wanting can it be got any other way ?






( great software donation made)
 
alex
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wrote on 01.05.13 at 13:49
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If a 320kbps stream works without problems I think the problem of the stream that is not working cannot be fixed. If you tell me what stream we're talking about I will take a look myself.
Also, thanks a lot for your donation!:-)
LG/Best regards, Alex

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