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RBjp (developer) commented on 23 Jul 2007
Okay the problem is resolved (a problem with my Growl code who don't crash for my computer)... Please re-download the .dmg file. And sorry for that.
[Version 1.2.8]

RBjp (developer) commented on 23 Jul 2007
Did you use the preceding version ?
[Version 1.2.8]

RBjp (developer) commented on 03 Feb 2007
It's just humor. Don't take it for you ;)
[Version 1.1.4]

RBjp (developer) commented on 09 Sep 2006
I don't understand, that seem to work well on my computer.

Do you have other examples of ogg stream that don't work ?
[Version 1.2.5]

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RBjp (developer) replied on 10 Sep 2006
Again, that work fine on my computer... :(
But I will try to see what sometime this issue become alive ;)

jcraig : okay, after about 5 minutes, I had the connection drop down issue. When the buffer is large, the drop down is slower.
And like you said, thr drop down happen when a new title/artist is send by the server (track change).

But I tried with the old audio engine of FStream and VLC, the same thing happen (in VLC, however, there is not realy a white -like FStream if you turn on the auto-reloading when the buffer drop down- because he upsampling for a little while the stream to get again the right amount of audio data).
I had trace all the Ogg code, he doen't give me one error.

So a conclusion : the server doesn't send enough data amount when he send track informations (normally, the server send a little bit more data -equal to the track len- when a new track is sended, to precisly, no drop down the stream)

Do you have other streams with the same issue ? Is the first time that I see this kind of server...

That I will try : doing the same thing of VLC : upsampling the stream when the amount of data is to low (but it's puttering about ...)

RBjp (developer) replied on 10 Sep 2006
Damn "the life is not pink" (french expression , I don't know if this one exist in English :D) !

I will see that... pfiiouuuu....

RBjp (developer) replied on 10 Sep 2006
And what sometime OGG work fine (http://streams.frequence3.net/ogg-112.m3u) and sometime not !? Grmmm
RBjp (developer) commented on 07 Sep 2006
First by reading the Help.
Second, use the Shift Key to switch to the Record panel (red background)...

But read the Help, all is explained ;)
[Version 1.2.3]

RBjp (developer) commented on 20 Aug 2006
Alas, the audio engine is based on FMod who don't recognize AAC/AAC+/WMA (normal for the last one : its a private format). For the AAC, maybe in a futur version with a new version of FMod.

Fortunately mostly wabradio broadcast in mp3 or ogg ;)
[Version 1.2.2]

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RBjp (developer) replied on 21 Aug 2006
Yes I know this issue. The fault is for FMod : when the buffer is under 99%, he take 100% of the processor. For the moment, the only thing to do, is to switch in pause mode to wait that the buffer go to 99% and switch to play.

RBjp (developer) replied on 22 Aug 2006
No, I don't use QuickTime for the stream decoding.
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