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My Ogg Vorbis stream makes my PSP shut down after one song

 
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sti3



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PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2005 11:51 am    Post subject: My Ogg Vorbis stream makes my PSP shut down after one song Reply with quote

I stream from my desktop PC, over the internet and on my LAN.

I use foobar2000 for the player, oddcast v3 to encode, and Icecast 2 version 2.x as the server. I stream in both AAC+ and Ogg Vorbis

My stream is located at http://rotterdam.ath.cx:8000/listen.ogg and http://rotterdam.ath.cx:8000/listen.aac . I can also access it locally at http://192.168.0.101:8000/listen.ogg and .aac . I use the 192.xx IPs when listening to it on my laptop around the house. When I use PSPRadio to listen to it, with either address, it plays for approximately one song and then shuts down the PSP. When I turn the power back on it's the startup screen (i.e. not PSPRadio). I think (not 100% sure because I don't know any that have songs as opposed to a live stream) that other .ogg streams work okay.

Can someone give me a test .ogg stream with changing metadata that I can use to test if it's perhaps just ogg implementation that doesn't work well on my PSP?

Can other PSPRadio users access my stream on their PSPs without problems? It works on my PC here at work and at home, perfectly well.

Sorry I don't have a .log at the moment.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2005 2:40 pm    Post subject: Re: My Ogg Vorbis stream makes my PSP shut down after one so Reply with quote

sti3 wrote:
I stream from my desktop PC, over the internet and on my LAN.

I use foobar2000 for the player, oddcast v3 to encode, and Icecast 2 version 2.x as the server. I stream in both AAC+ and Ogg Vorbis

My stream is located at http://rotterdam.ath.cx:8000/listen.ogg and http://rotterdam.ath.cx:8000/listen.aac . I can also access it locally at http://192.168.0.101:8000/listen.ogg and .aac . I use the 192.xx IPs when listening to it on my laptop around the house. When I use PSPRadio to listen to it, with either address, it plays for approximately one song and then shuts down the PSP. When I turn the power back on it's the startup screen (i.e. not PSPRadio). I think (not 100% sure because I don't know any that have songs as opposed to a live stream) that other .ogg streams work okay.

Can someone give me a test .ogg stream with changing metadata that I can use to test if it's perhaps just ogg implementation that doesn't work well on my PSP?

Can other PSPRadio users access my stream on their PSPs without problems? It works on my PC here at work and at home, perfectly well.

Sorry I don't have a .log at the moment.


This is a known problem with ogg streaming. I haven't been able to figure out what's going on. But I get the same behaviour; whenever one song ends, something happens, and pspradio crashes.. It's a really hard to debug problem, and you're the first one to complain about it.
Just yesterday, I upgraded the sdk and libtremor (ogg libraries) to the latest, and I still get the same problem..
(Will try using libvorbis (slower) instead and see what happens).

Raf.
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