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Re: converting audio streams



Don Russell wrote:
> Mark Haney wrote:
>> Don Russell wrote:
>>  
>>> I'm looking for an app to convert an audio stream from one format (i.e.
>>> media player/flash/etc) to wav....
>>>
>>> I can find many that convert files.... but I want to convert a
>>> continuous stream and produce the equivalent stream in a different
>>> format...
>>>
>>> Any suggestions?
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>>
>>>     
>>
>> What kind of streams? I use streamripper and it works really well, but
>> I'm not sure that's what you are looking for.
>>   
> 
> Thanks... what I'm actually looking into is being able to "tune in" a
> local radio station via URL.... many stations already provide their
> audio this way, but one station in particular seem to only have a web
> interface and require something like mediaplayer etc.
> 
> The station web site is http://www.101kgb.com (San Diego California USA)
> 
> The URL to get the streaming audio is:
>    http://www.101kgb.com/cc-common/streaming_new/index.html
> 
> Which displays a nice little window with an ad, a few seconds later the
> url changes to:
>    http://www.101kgb.com/cc-common/streaming_new/index.html?refreshed=yes
> 
> What I'd like to try is writing some code for a device I have (ref
> http://slimdevices.com) that can nicely handle wav streams.... I thought
> if I could write some code to act as an http client as above, and
> produce a wav stream, then my "slimdevice" could play that station too.
> 
> Right now, I've just started the investigative process... seems like a
> fun project, which might (should) have more widespread use than a single
> radio station too.
> 
> 
Hmm, I wonder what that looks like under a wget?


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Mark Haney
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