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###################
# Engine Settings #
###################

[station]
station_name="Radio Aura"
station_logo_url="https://o94.at/themes/custom/radio_orange/logo1.png"
station_logo_size="180px"


[database]
db_user="aura"
db_name="aura_engine"
db_pass="---SECRET--PASSWORD---"
db_host="localhost"
db_charset="utf8"

[redis]
redis_host="172.17.0.1"
redis_port=6379
redis_db=0

[monitoring]
mail_server="w00fdabd.kasserver.com"
mail_server_port="587"
mail_user="aura@subsquare.at"
mail_pass="---SECRET--PASSWORD---"
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# If you want to send multiple adminmails, make them space separated
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admin_mail="david@subsquare.at"
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# Which from mailadress should be used
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from_mail="monitoring@aura.engine"
# The beginning of the subject. With that you can easily apply filter rules using a mail client
mailsubject_prefix="[Aura Engine]"
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# Server where heartbeat info is sent to
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heartbeat_server = "127.0.0.1"
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# Some UDP port
heartbeat_port = 43334 
# Seconds how often the vitality of the Engine should be checked (0 = disabled)
heartbeat_frequency = 1
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logdir="/var/log/aura"
# Possible values: debug, info, warning, error, critical
loglevel="info"

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[api]

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## STEERING ##

# The URL to get the health status 
api_steering_status = "http://127.0.0.1:8000/api/v1/"
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# The URL to get the Calendar via Steering
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api_steering_calendar="http://127.0.0.1:8000/api/v1/playout"
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# The URL to get show details via Steering
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api_steering_show="http://127.0.0.1:8000/api/v1/shows/${ID}/"

## TANK ##
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# The URL to get the health status 
api_tank_status = "http://127.0.0.1:8040/healthz/"
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# The URL to get playlist details via Tank
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api_tank_playlist="http://127.0.0.1:8040/api/v1/playlists/${ID}"

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## ENGINE-API ##

# Engine ID (1 or 2)
api_engine_number = 1
# Engine API endpoint to store playlogs
api_engine_store_playlog = "http://localhost:8008/api/v1/playlog/store"
# Engine API endpoint to store clock information
api_engine_store_clock = "http://localhost:8008/api/v1/clock"
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# Engine API endpoint to store health information
api_engine_store_health = "http://localhost:8008/api/v1/source/health/${ENGINE_NUMBER}"
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# URL and Port of the API endpoints exposed by engine
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exposed_api_url="http://172.17.0.1:3333/api/v1/"
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api_port=3333

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[scheduling]
# How often should the calendar be fetched in seconds. This determines the time of the last changes applied, before a specific show aired
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fetching_frequency=300
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# The scheduling window defines when the entries of each schedule are queued for play-out. The actual window (scheduling_window_start - scheduling_window_end)
# should be higher then the `fetching_frequency` to allow proper queuing. Otherwise the fetch might never hit the scheduling window, because the scheduling
# logic is attached to the fetching logic. 
# 
# Following operations are related to the scheduling window:
# 
#   - Deletion of schedules/timeslots: Those are only accepted until the **start** of the scheduling window
#   - Update/Delete/Assignment of playlists and entries: Those are accepted until the **end** of the the scheduling window; existing queued entries are updated
#   - Pro-active fallback handling: Within the window it is continousely evaluated if some fallback playlist should be applied. The queued items are updated accordingly
#
# After the end of the scheduling window the pre-rolling phase starts. It's recommended that the end of the windows is approximately 4x times
# higher than the preroll_offset, to leave enough space for all 4 fallback scenarios to pre-roll (normal, show, timeslot and station).
# Note, the values for windows is defined as a offset minus the actual start of the schedule in seconds.
scheduling_window_start=600
scheduling_window_end=120
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# Playlist ID which is used for station fallbacks. Only used if no station fallback ID is provided via Steering. "0" means it is disabled.
scheduling_station_fallback_id=0
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# How many seconds before the actual schedule time the entry should be pre-rolled. Note to provide enough timeout for
# contents which take longer to load (big files, bad connectivity to streams etc.)
preroll_offset=30
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# Sometimes it might take longer to get a stream connected. Here you can define a viable length.
# But note, that this may affect the preroll time (see `preroll_offset`), hence affecting the 
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# overall playout, it's delays and possible fallbacks
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input_stream_retry_delay=1
input_stream_max_retries=10
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input_stream_buffer=3.0
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# sets the time how long we have to fade in and out, when we select another mixer input
# values are in seconds
# this is solved on engine level because it is kind of tough with liquidsoap
[fading]
fade_in_time="0.5"
fade_out_time="2.5"

#######################
# Liquidsoap Settings #
#######################

# all these settings from here to the bottom require a restart of the liquidsoap server

[lqs]
liquidsoap_path="/home/engineuser/.opam/4.08.0/bin/liquidsoap"
liquidsoap_working_dir="modules/liquidsoap/"

# Liquidsoap execution delay in seconds; Crucial to keep things in sync
lqs_delay_offset=1

[user]
# the user and group under which this software will run
daemongroup="engineuser"
daemonuser="engineuser"

[socket]
socketdir="/opt/aura/engine/modules/liquidsoap"

[audiofolder]
audiofolder="/var/audio"

[fallback]
# track_sensitive => fallback_folder track sensitivity
# max_blank => maximum time of blank from source (defaults to 20., seconds, float)
# min_noise => minimum duration of noise on source to switch back over (defaults to 0, seconds, float)
# threshold => power in dB under which the stream is considered silent (defaults to -40., float)
fallback_max_blank="20."
fallback_min_noise="0."
fallback_threshold="-50."

# a folder holding music for station-fallbacks
fallback_music_folder=""
fallback_show_name="Random Music"
fallback_show_type="Unmoderated Music"
fallback_show_host="Magic Shuffle"
fallback_title_not_available="Title not available"


[soundcard]
# choose your weapon
# if you are starving for pain in the ass choose alsa
# if you don't care about latency choose pulseaudio
# if you want low latency and a bit of experimenting, choose jack
soundsystem="alsa"

# you can define up to 5 inputs and outputs
# it is tested with
#  - ALSA with ONE input and ONE output
#  - pulseaudio with ONE input and ONE output (should work with multiple ins/outs)
#  - jack with multiple inputs and outputs
#
# boundaries:
#  - if you use jack, you have to kill liquidsoap. somehow liquidsoap cannot disconnect from jackd when shutting down
#
# with alsa you have to write the devicenames like hw:0
# with pulse and jack => an non empty value means it is used
# devices with empty string are ignored and not used
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input_device_0=""
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input_device_1=""
input_device_2=""
input_device_3=""
input_device_4=""
# same same, but different
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output_device_0="default"
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output_device_1=""
output_device_2=""
output_device_3=""
output_device_4=""

# if you are using alsa, you most probably have to tweak these values
# out of the box you will hear alot of cracklings and artifacts

# alsa_buffer => int
#alsa_buffer="8192"
alsa_buffer="16384"
# alsa_buffer_length => int
alsa_buffer_length="25"
# alsa_periods => int
alsa_periods="0"
# frame_duration => double
frame_duration=""
# frame_size => int
frame_size=""

#####################
# Recorder Settings #
#####################

# you can define up to 5 recorder types.
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# flac, mp3, ogg, opus and wav is supported
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[recording]
# flac example
# enable this recorder. everything else than 'y' is considered as disabled
rec_0="n"
# first set a folder
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rec_0_folder="/var/recordings/flac"
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# after how many minutes the recording will be cut
rec_0_duration="30"
# file (or encoding-) type
rec_0_encoding="flac"
# bitrate (with encoding types without bitrate like flac or wav it is substituted. 32 => very poor quality. 320 => very high quality)
rec_0_bitrate="128"
# channels: everything else than 2 is considered as mono
rec_0_channels="2"

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# mp3 example
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rec_1="n"
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rec_1_folder="/var/audio/rec/mp3"
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rec_1_duration="30"
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rec_1_encoding="mp3"
rec_1_bitrate="320"
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rec_1_channels="2"

# mp3 example
rec_2="n"
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rec_2_folder="/var/audio/rec/mp3"
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rec_2_duration="30"
rec_2_encoding="mp3"
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rec_2_bitrate="192"
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rec_2_channels="2"

# ogg example
rec_3="n"
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rec_3_folder="/var/recordings/ogg"
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rec_3_duration="30"
rec_3_encoding="ogg"
rec_3_bitrate="320"
rec_3_channels="2"

# opus example
rec_4="n"
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rec_4_folder="/var/recordings/opus"
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rec_4_duration="30"
rec_4_encoding="opus"
rec_4_bitrate="32"
rec_4_channels="2"

# wav example
#rec_4="n"
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#rec_4_folder="/var/recordings/wav"
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#rec_4_duration="30"
#rec_4_filetype="wav"
#rec_4_bitrate="320"
#rec_4_channels="2"

###################
# Stream Settings #
###################

# You can define up to outgoing 5 streams
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# flac, mp3, ogg and opus is supported
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[stream]
# defines enabled or not
stream_0="n"
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# possible values: flac, mp3, ogg, opus (depending on what liquidsoap-plugins you installed)
stream_0_encoding="ogg"
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# bitrate (with encoding types without bitrate like flac or ogg it is substituted. 32 => very poor quality. 320 => very high quality)
stream_0_bitrate="128"
# how many channels? everything else than 2 is considered as mono
stream_0_channels="2"
# to where we are streaming..?
stream_0_host="localhost"
# and which port?
stream_0_port="8888"
# the name of the mountpoint
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stream_0_mountpoint="aura-test-0.ogg"
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# username
stream_0_user="source"
# and the password
stream_0_password="source"
# stream url
stream_0_url="http://www.fro.at"
# the name of the stream
stream_0_name="AURA Test Stream 0"
# the genre of the stream
stream_0_genre="mixed"
# description of the stream
stream_0_description="Test Stream 0"

stream_1="n"
stream_1_encoding="flac"
stream_1_bitrate="128"
stream_1_channels="2"

stream_1_host="localhost"
stream_1_port="8888"
stream_1_mountpoint="aura-test-1.flac"
stream_1_user="source"
stream_1_password="source"

stream_1_url="http://www.fro.at"
stream_1_name="AURA Test Stream 1"
stream_1_genre="mixed"
stream_1_description="Test Stream 1"

stream_2="n"
stream_2_encoding="mp3"
stream_2_bitrate="64"
stream_2_channels="2"

stream_2_host="localhost"
stream_2_port="8888"
stream_2_mountpoint="aura-test-2.mp3"
stream_2_user="source"
stream_2_password="source"

stream_2_url="http://www.fro.at"
stream_2_name="AURA Test Stream 2"
stream_2_genre="mixed"
stream_2_description="Test Stream 2"

stream_3="n"
stream_3_encoding="ogg"
stream_3_bitrate="64"
stream_3_channels="2"

stream_3_host="localhost"
stream_3_port="8888"
stream_3_mountpoint="aura-test-3.ogg"
stream_3_user="source"
stream_3_password="source"

stream_3_url="http://www.fro.at"
stream_3_name="AURA Test Stream 3"
stream_3_genre="mixed"
stream_3_description="Test Stream 3"

stream_4="n"
stream_4_encoding="opus"
stream_4_bitrate="64"
stream_4_channels="2"

stream_4_host="localhost"
stream_4_port="8888"
stream_4_mountpoint="aura-test-4.opus"
stream_4_user="source"
stream_4_password="source"

stream_4_url="http://www.fro.at"
stream_4_name="AURA Test Stream 3"
stream_4_genre="mixed"
stream_4_description="Test Stream 3"