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Topic: general coding practice recommendation to convert raw mulaw audio streams to mp3 (Read 594 times) previous topic - next topic
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general coding practice recommendation to convert raw mulaw audio streams to mp3

I'm seeking guidance in how to use the lame library on Ubuntu 1804 the best way in C code
to produce a mp3 based hls stream from a raw mu-law input stream / data chunks
I need to code this on the smallest footprint possible
I posted another topic with a file based problem that I then will convert to a stream solution
This will all run on a very small  - not very potent -  hardware servicing one client (receiving client)
I tried sox, ffmpeg and ended up with lame.
Is that the right choice and if so are there any code samples(non outdated  that run and compile today)
I went through a lot of code samples that at the end were outdated and simply did not solve my problem.


 
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