Re: [linux-audio-user] Audio player which primitive mix

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Date: Tuesday, December 27, 2005 - 11:41 pm

On Monday 26 December 2005 16:03, Carotinho wrote:

Rivendell can do it but is probably gross overkill for your application, being
aimed squarely at professional broadcasters.

You have to set segue markers for where the transitions should start for each
track and build your logs with the segue transition type, but as long as you
do that it gets the job done.

Installation can be a tad scary and unless you have an audiosciences soundcard
it uses PCM16 .wav files for its audio storage which is a little painful
(patent issues with .mp[2,3] and nobody has gotten around to adding .ogg
or .flac support yet, disk space is cheap in broadcaste site terms).

http://www.salemradiolabs.com/rivendell

Regards, Dan.

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