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  1. Yeah, I think they're asking too much in the face...

    Yeah, I think they're asking too much in the face of panic. Someone didn't get to the venue on time with the broadcasting PC, so now there's questions about if one can fall back on to a smartphone....
  2. Thanks RD! Yeah, I think that app is the ticket....

    Thanks RD! Yeah, I think that app is the ticket. I'm now trying to appease these guys who want to have multiple mics. One for crowd noise and one for the broadcaster. I think they want too much...
  3. Is anyone streaming to IceCast from Android using an external mic, headset, and etc?

    I have a few broadcasters that I work with who would like to use Android phones (specifically Galaxy S4s) as their entire broadcasting platform for live events. In specific, sporting events. The...
  4. Yes, I've thought about virtualizing a Windows...

    Yes, I've thought about virtualizing a Windows instance. It's just that audio isn't usually handled well between guest and host. The best experience I've had with virtualized instances of Windows and...
  5. Mac OS X source client for multiple simultaneous streams to IceCast

    I have a need to stream from an OS X remote laptop to an IceCast server. Formerly I've worked with Windows machines and just used Edcast. However, it's proved harder than I expected to find a source...
  6. I like the Hydrogen Audio Forums...

    I like the Hydrogen Audio Forums for deep discussion of codecs and file formats.
  7. Why thank you very much. I wish the various...

    Why thank you very much. I wish the various Oddsock mutations were easier to find - it seems like every week I'm finding a new variant of some tool that I didn't know was pushed along. Sigh.
  8. Edcast Standalone unexpectedly quits on one workstation even in the face of reinstall

    I have a Windows XP SP3 installation that is running on some fairly old hardware at a remote radio station. The CPU is a 1.29GHz AMD Duron processor and there is only 384MB of RAM in it (!). The...
  9. Awesome, I'll look into it. I haven't heard of...

    Awesome, I'll look into it. I haven't heard of that before.



    ...and yet another thing I haven't heard of. Googling... (Thanks!)
  10. Wow, thanks Johny! You know, I might try...

    Wow, thanks Johny! You know, I might try installing Visual C++ 2005 separately and then give the new Edcast a try. Then try the old Edcast path. I've now got two radio station broadcast PCs in the...
  11. Edcast won't pick up audio when every other Windows app can using the same device

    I'm using the latest version of Edcast and for some reason I can't seem to pick up audio. I'm pointing it to the very same audio device that other encoders such as Windows Media Encoder use to stream...
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    Allow me to revive this thread. There is a post...

    Allow me to revive this thread. There is a post over at the loudcity forums that is fascinating in the context of this b-casting world thread. the Loudcity post is a discussion earlier in the summer...
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    That's what I'm not sure of. I'd not worry about...

    That's what I'm not sure of. I'd not worry about it normally, but if the services I'm offering get much more popular (and they appear to be) then I'd be a larger target than just someone hobbycasting...
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    Yes, I've worried about getting clients set up on...

    Yes, I've worried about getting clients set up on an encoder like Edcast and how exactly it's okay to distribute the LAME codec to them. I'm not dealing with terribly technically proficient people so...
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    Wow, so sorry for going AWOL on everyone. No idea...

    Wow, so sorry for going AWOL on everyone. No idea why I spaced it on this thread. :retard:



    My understanding of the legality of all of this is rather fuzzy. However, from what I've gleaned, it...
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    Free aacPlus encoder - any such beastie?

    I've been looking for a free aacPlus audio codec to use in a source encoder. As I've browsed around, I know plenty of people are yanking the WinAmp aac encoder and using that in edcast or whatever...
  17. Done, and done. You're a gem. Yeah, a...

    Done, and done. You're a gem.



    Yeah, a while back I was looking at remote access tools for my consultancy. TeamViewer and Bomgar were the two rockstars with LogMeIn Rescue a close second. I've...
  18. Currently looking into Streaming Media...

    Currently looking into Streaming Media Hosting.com to see if they can just handle it all for us. One unified system, one point of contact... might be worth it.

    I called Wowza's sales department...
  19. STOP THE PRESSES!! I had an epiphany. First,...

    STOP THE PRESSES!!

    I had an epiphany. First, the source client software will need to be changed no matter what happens. That's been a given almost the entire project.

    However, what if the...
  20. Oh, also, I didn't think that the KH trunk had...

    Oh, also, I didn't think that the KH trunk had anything special pertaining to ports and etc. From what I thought I saw, it seemed like 2.3 had that feature. I guess I'll find out soon enough...
  21. Whew. I was worried I wasn't making sense....

    Whew. I was worried I wasn't making sense. :retard:



    You know, I had considered recording at the source. I mean, it makes the most technical sense. I like your recommendation of Edcast reborn....
  22. Thanks for the tip! I forgot about Wowza. I found...

    Thanks for the tip! I forgot about Wowza. I found them in my search for media servers. They're expensive, but it would be worth it if it just does what we want in a rock solid, repeatable fashion.
    ...
  23. Really, there's not much different. This place...

    Really, there's not much different. This place doesn't give out control panel access, or really anything. The radio stations, like I said, are rural. Well, some are more rural than others. As word...
  24. Many live sources sent through 1 broadcast server need to be archived when broadcast

    Current Scenario:
    I'm working with a internet radio business that sets up encoders at rural radio stations in the US. The rural stations take simple line-level audio from their boards and plug them...
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