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Old 05-13-2012, 06:20 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by inameiname View Post
I'll have to try that way you mentioned about how to play streaming audio. This is the usual way I do so (I'm guessing it does the same thing, just a different way):

Code:
; play streaming radio - http://www.radioio.com - VOCAL JAZZ
K R F = !cd /mnt/us/music ; ../system/kinamp http://76.76.18.101:8010 -quiet -framedrop -vo aa:reverse:contrast=50 -vf rotate=1 -monitoraspect 0.7  2>/dev/null
The difference is that kinamp is an add-on program, while the way I showed only uses built-in programs.

Your kinamp parameters look like the ones I posted many months ago for using with the optware mplayer, to play streaming VIDEO using "ascii art" mode in the myts terminal. Why do you use those VIDEO parameters with kinamp? Does kinamp support video now too? If so, we should be able to pipe that to my raw2gmv and gmplay programs (using different "better" video parameters). If not, then why are those video parameters on your command line?



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