I'm working on a project for satelittes
communications at the Sherbrooke University (see
and i want to know something.
I want to broadcast some audio stream live (.au
format from the "/dev/audio" of a PC, whit SB
card, under Linux) on Internet with my own server,
so i'm looking for the better way to do this.
There is the context:
microphone on a PC
My server (broadcasting not only audio)
The client (could be on a different plateform)
Maybe there is a way to do this whit JAVA??? Some Java fans
talking about a continus.audio.data.stream
class in the Sun.audio package. A guy from Intet Customer Support had
send me this last week:
"The current release of Java Media Framework
(JMF)does not support real-time streaming file
, so we could not use the JMK. Maybe there's a other
On the orther hand, if i could not take Java, it certainly
exist a ohter posibility.
For now, my Server not broadcast audio stream to the client. The client is a Java applet and he receive some information
about the satellites position.
May be, if the client is the RealAudio Player,
the Player can read the audio Stream from
a port and put it to the speaker???
And make a relation
between my Java client and the RealAudioPlayer????
I'm talking about RealAudio Player, maybe there is something better????