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  1. Hi guys, I've been working on a new desktop broadcasting application called Rocket Broadcaster, and I've got a free beta available if anyone's interested in trying it out. I created Rocket Broadcaster as an alternative to Mixxx, SAM Broadcaster, and BUTT because I wanted to something more streamlined. One of the handiest features Rocket has is it can capture audio from all other apps on your PC - That means it can broadcast audio from iTunes, Spotify, Skype, etc. It can also captures audio from your mic. Right now, it supports the Icecast protocol only, along with MP3, AAC, Ogg Vorbis, Ogg Opus, and Ogg FLAC (lossless). For the power users, it also supports multiple streams/encoders at once, SSL for Icecast, and the ability to choose which network adapter your streams run over. (This is handy if you have a backup internet connection - For example, you can have two streams running over two separate internet connections, so that if one internet connection goes down, the other keeps streaming seamlessly.) Lastly, the software supports sending metadata and can automatically capture metadata from window titles, so you can capture metadata from whatever's playing your tracks (like Spotify or Winamp). If anyone's interested in trying it out, any feedback would be greatly appreciated! You can leave me feedback here in this thread or email me directly. Download the beta for Windows here (expires in Nov - free version to come after that) Screenshot: Thanks guys! Albert
  2. Hello, We have a Linux/CentOS 64 bit server with Centova Castinstalled and several web radio stations all belonging to us. We use SHOUTcastDNAS 2.2.1 and recently rolled back from the version 2.4 build 30thOctober, as in our case this new DNAS version caused a lot of server-stop/server-restart (developers are working on it), the simple banbutton wasn’t effective anymore, etc. Recently we have been searching without success for asmart/automated solution helping with some banning task. To be a little bit more specific, we would like to be ableto ban connections when listeners use stream rippers, when hackers make100 connections or more from the same IP, and if possible ban listenersstaying connected continuously for (let us say) 24 hours. We found an old application (R.I.P.) that seems not to beworking anymore. I would like the forum members to give us some suggestions;perhaps there are other solutions/software out there doing this job? Thank you. Best regards
  3. Hi all, I'm looking to start and internet radio station and I'm wondering what the best way to set it up is. I'd like to stream live shows (mostly talk) and have multiple guests as well as live callers. My thinking was that I would use some sort of mixing software and record and broadcast directly from my computers sound card. But I'm not to savvy on how this would work and figured there is probably an established solution that most people use. The simpler the better. I currently use Instant Teliseminar for one of my businesses and wondered if maybe I could somehow use that to broadcast the live shows and take calls, but then record it all directly via my computers sound card so that it sounded much better quality for the podcast which how I imagine the majority of my listeners will consume the content. Are there any services out there that would allow me to do this simply? I've done my share of Googling Internet Radio Software and such, but everything find seems to offer a few of the things I want but not all. Just to restate, I'm just looking to have multiple guests call in remotely, and take live calls as well as stream the show live. but I want to be able to record it so that the podcast recordings sounds better than what I hear coming from so many of the shows out there. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
  4. Hello all, I am posting my two questions in this one post first one... is there any software out there that can help track what's hot & what's not on your station to see what the listeners are listening to and when the station is most popular day/night/evening so forth I know this can all been done with centovacast but I don't like the way it show's when's busy and when you download the log file its complete rubbish and hard to understand at times, if anyone can help with this id very very great-full..... question number 1 is there any good distributors out there for dance music eurodance, eurohouse, trance & chart remix etc, the stuff we play at the moment is paid for of iTunes and trackitdown but all these songs are already popular i'm looking stuff that hasn't hit the charts yet so i can play it and test it on my own station if someone knows of any good ones please let me know thank you.. hope someone can help!
  5. For more information on the software, see this thread: http://forums.broadcastingworld.net/showthread.php?12455-New-internet-broadcasting-software The base features as described there are implemented in the closed beta. For now it is still more aimed towards live radio but with full ASIO support, great audio processing and more! We would love to develop this program further with help of the existing radio-community. If you would like to enroll for the beta please leave your information on http://www.fluviusmedia.com.
  6. Hello! Please, I can't find this software from this photos.Please, if you know it, answer! Thank you very much if you can help me! If you want to see this software more, watch here from minute 8 or something:
  7. We just released a beta version of RadioBOSS Radio Automation Software! Everyone's invited to join beta testing. Free keys for beta testers (*) RadioBOSS 4.9 beta: http://www.djsoft.net/smf/index.php/topic,3326.0.html Don't know what RadioBOSS is? Watch this short (1:30) video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=CaZxKHaa24g (*) keys will expire July 30, 2013.
  8. 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
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