[FFmpeg-user] Question on radio streaming
tim.lloyd at gmx.com
Mon Sep 13 13:27:10 EEST 2021
On 13/9/21 7:13 pm, Paul B Mahol wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 13, 2021 at 11:06 AM Tim Lloyd <tim.lloyd at gmx.com> wrote:
>> Hi, Thanks for letting me join this mailing list. First post and my
>> knowledge of ffmpeg is basic at best.
>> I want to rip a radio stream and I can achieve this simply with
>> /ffmpeg -i http://orion.shoutca.st:8726/stream -t 00:10:00 nova.mp3/
>> This gives me a file which is 96 kb/s
>> However this site alludes to 320kb/s
>> This command
>> /ffmpeg -i http://orion.shoutca.st:8726/stream -b:a 320k -t 00:10:00
>> returns a 320 kb/s download but then I told it to do this. Maybe if I
>> set 1024 kb/s it would do this also but it doesn't mean to say I am
>> getting a better quality download!
>> I guess the question is...can I ask ffmpeg to return the best quality
> Sure, use -c:a copy.
Ah, I get it...copy the audio stream. Thanks I'll give that a go.
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