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Jan 23, 2018 – OpenBroadcaster releases open source software to provide Livewire\RTP support with Axia Audio over IP (AoIP) consoles. This exciting added functionality presents the opportunity to easily field, deploy and integrate standalone OBPlayer into the AoIP broadcast chain with CAP EAS emergency alerts. This innovation builds on the suite of web-enabled general software and automation appliances with online media libraries, community play lists, multi-station scheduling and streaming. OBPlayer sends a multicast RTP stream that appears as a channel on Axia AoIP consoles. The outgoing digital stream from the console station is ingested into our systems, sent to an Icecast server where a BARIX unit at the transmitter site plays out on radio. This means the stream is 100% digital from OBPlayer to console, up through STL (Studio Transmitter Link) to the Barix exstreamer at the transmitter site. Solid state fanless infrastructure reduces station clutter, AC power loads and hardware failures Web friendly 100% digital audio on a quality Axia platform for a cleaner signal path Easy to integrate additional studios and equipment with Livewire, RTP and Ravenna protocols Since its incorporation in 2005, Open Broadcaster Inc. has offered hardware, software and streaming solutions to help our clients be effective at any scale of operation. [h=2]Broadcast Innovation[/h] Open Source software assists community media and commercial broadcasters with accessible tools to spread their message on-air and on-line. This innovation was developed over two years in Vancouver, Saskatchewan and Whitehorse. The new public Ver 5x series source code, documentation and installation instructions are available on Github for all to use. https://github.com/openbroadcaster/obplayer
Hi all, Airtime 2.2, the free open source radio software from Sourcefabric is out now. Here's a quick summary of what you can expect. For those of you not comfortable installing on a GNU/Linux server, Airtime Pro might be worth a look. There's a 30 day free trial - same functionality, takes care of install, security, updates and so on. Four live modes now exist in Airtime. DJs can rebroadcast incoming streams managed by a source switcher which manually, or automatically, connects to the correct source (and fades between them). Users can configure remote live input streams from DJ programs such as Mixxx or IDJC, or smartphone applications used by broadcast journalists. Additionally, they can schedule these streams in the calendar, or schedule a ‘live’ show which records from the computer’s line-in. Requested by users more than any other feature, the new Smart Blocks let users enter parameters (like genre or time last played) for a playlist and Airtime will populate that block randomly according to those conditions, before playing it out at an allotted time. The library has also been overhauled, with huge performance increases on import and improved search. Users can also drag and drop tracks directly from the library into the Now Playing list to instantly edit playout on-the-fly. Amongst 500 bug fixes and improvements, other new features include: WAV, FLAC and AAC support, plus ReplayGain to normalize volume output. User ownership of files to help stations with multiple DJs Rescan watched folders button (useful for network drives where keeping in sync is more difficult). Stereo/mono streams. Huge thanks to the growing Airtime community for testing and suggesting new features. Airtime now has hundreds of users worldwide, we couldn't do this without them! Best, Adam [h=3]Resources[/h]Download free: http://www.sourcefabric.org/en/airtime/download/ Read the manual: http://en.flossmanuals.net/airtime-en-2-2/easy-setup/ Check out all the features: http://www.sourcefabric.org/en/airtime/features/ Screencast guide to Airtime 2.2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbhsjNoK3_o