New version 1.3.11 uploaded with extra feature and 2 bugs solved:
- When Luci runs in server-mode, you can now set a time out. Up until now this was set to 2 seconds: if no stream comes in for 2 seconds the return stream was stopped also. Now you can set the time to any value between 1 and 999 seconds. If you fill in 0, the time-out will be 1 day exactly. This way a reporter can mute the Mic but still receive the return-stream up until the time that is set as time-out at the server.
- We found a tiny memory-leak of 60 bytes each time a connection was made. It is now resolved.
- Playing wave-files at different sample-rates as the I/O sample-rate now works ok.
V 1.3.10 now uploaded, several bug-fixes:
- Make recordings in wav-format now works ok.
- Sometimes the recording counter ran too fast with stereo-streams.
- If you had only 1 station defined you did not see the correct name in the display of the current chosen station.
Several bugs are resolved in the new version 1.3.8:
- Save as Wave does not work yet correctly, please don’t use it. Will be resolved this week.
- “Try to minimize I/O cross-talk” option didn’t work for AAC-HE streams.
- Changing the Windows mixer-gain was not possible when the “Windows default device” was chosen as Input.
An extra download option is on the right: “Windows zip” enables you to download the executables only, for easy updating the USB-stick installations.
In the latest version you can set the sample-rate of the audio I/O to 48 KHz also. Luci Live2 used to use always 44.1 KHz at the audio input and output, but streamed at 48 KHz always using high-quality sample-rate converters. This was done to ensure that the audio input and output works with all soundcards or PDA’s.
Now you can set the sample rate for the Audio I/O to 48 KHz also, for the case where you have a controlled and known soundcard.
This version 1.3.7 can be downloaded from the download section on the right.
V 1.3.3 uploaded. You can now also set the output-format (encoder, bitrate, stereo) different for each profile.
This will enable the reporter to choose different bitrates for different situations, ie HSDPA, WIFI, ADSL, etc.
New version at beta-site (see right at the blogroll) has new features:
- Gain knob to adjust input-gain. Like in Luci, you can use the up/down key to adjust.
- Uses Windows Mixer to adjust microphone-gain below 0dB(attenuation). If no Windows-mixer is available, the gain can not be adjusted below 0dB. This should work on a PDA also, but not all PDA’s have the Windows Mixer inside, the newer WM6 ones mostly do however. So, finally we can make some decent gain-control from within Luci on a PDA !
- Default ports in Live2 Setup now work correctly. Used to NOT work when you have not typed in :portnr after the URL or IP-address.
V 1.3.1 is uploaded. Improvements:
- Added a compatibility-mode for Mayah Centauri in Setup. You can now switch it On or Off.
- Landscape mode bitmaps are created and included in the packages so at landcape mode, Live2 will have the correct bitmaps.
We automated Vista compatibility, Luci Live2 will now check if it’s running on a Vista machine and will make sure it will run without the audio-dropouts previously encountered. This is independent of the number of audio-frames an ip-server sents back in each packet, so you can set the servers to send 1 frame per packet standard.
Download at the beta-site