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HELP...AGAIN No Sound Streaming from Edcast


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Howdy ya'll I'm finally back!

 

Well, I've recovered from my 2 computers crashing and was finally able to get my Shoutcast server up and running on a VPS (YAY me!).

 

Was running tests to make sure everything works and that I know what I'm doing. I downloaded Edcast and everything looks good, can see my station up on Shoutcast and I'm feeling quite proud, only problem is there is no sound, so how do I fix it?

 

When I had the Voscast server all I had to do was turn on the audio and I was streaming so I thought this would be the same.

 

Please explain in very simple and detailed terms what I need to do, I'm no techie.

 

I'm running Shoutcast v2, Edcast v3.33 and my OS is Windows 7 Pro on a desktop.

 

Thanks in advance!

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im not familiar with edcast im sorry to say but i do believe you can run it in compability mode, although not 100% but worth checking out.

 

The problem is not about Edcast executable compatibility. Starting from Windows Vista, Microsoft introduced a new audio engine called WASAPI. So applications that don't support WASAPI (like Edcast) can't capture "what you ear" unless the audio card driver expose the "stereo Mix". Applications natively supporting WASAPI (like the suggested MB RECASTER) can capture the "loopback" channel of any audio card in the system.

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I remember that old "what you hear" and then with Vista it was gone which caused me a lot of headaches and a real hatred for Vista. Can't we just go back to ME? My all time fav edition LOL. How is SAM in Win 7? I'm probably going to go with SAM when I can afford it because I really prefer something with onboard encoders. Also been thinking of changing to Ubuntu as I'm sick of Microsoft. What works well with that?

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