[pulseaudio-discuss] Windows rtp module
cylix at solace.info
Thu Jul 19 14:38:05 PDT 2007
On Thu, 19 Jul 2007 16:19:05 -0500
Frederick Reeve <cylix at solace.info> wrote:
> I am writing this email because I began using pulse audio a bit ago. I am a computer consultant and work on varied projects. One of these projects currently is setting up virtual high school classrooms. In such the teacher is broadcast on projector and the class is counterwise broadcast to the teacher on there end. Each student has a labtop. In some cases there are more than one class in the same room so audio is to be done using a headset hooked to the computer. I had thought pulseaudio would be the perfect solution because we could multicast the incoming stream to the students and could write a small program to have them hook in and out of the outgoing stream (the one going to the teacher) with the mics on there headsets. There is no problem with this on linux. At the school they use linux on their servers. The problem comes in because the students are required to use windows on there labtops and the rtp modules for pulse audio are not currently ported to windows.
> This brings me to the crux of the matter. I would like to see the rtp modules for windows ported. I can do the work on this myself but honestly don't do devel on windows. I can offer some small fee to have the port done though if some one is willing to speak about this. If no one want to work on it could someone please point me in the right direction conserning what might need to be done and what should be used to compile this for the windows enviroment. I have the dependa
I'm sorry it looks like a portion of my email some how got cut off there. I think you get the idea though. That should say:
I have the depends compiled with mingw but still need to do the whole getting around pkg-config thing for pulsaudio.
> Anyway. I have a little less than a month to get this project done. If I can't make headway on this in a couple weeks I will need to seek a different solution. If anyone can help I would be very greatful. :-) If not I of course understand we are all very busy.
> Thanks for everything.
> Pulseaudio is great. :-)
> Frederick Reeve
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