[Icecast-dev] How to use http-put for JavaScript source client

Jamie McClelland jm at mayfirst.org
Tue Jul 23 12:44:41 PDT 2013

I'm following up on a thread started by Stephen a couple months ago about building a JavaScript source client using webrtc. 

The first step suggested was to figure out how to mux the audio and video. After I posted a feature request on the webrtc experiment js library, we seem to have a solution: https://github.com/muaz-khan/WebRTC-Experiment/issues/28#issuecomment-20791759

Based on the last comment on the icecast Dec list, we now only need to do do an HTTP put request to the icecast server ( http://lists.xiph.org/pipermail/icecast-dev/2013-May/002171.html). 

Great! I've got my jquery ready, but am having trouble finding docs on how to build the put request. I tried looking at the libshout source, but my c skills aren't quite good enough to figure it out. 

Any help would be appreciated, particularly with an example.

Thanks for all your work on icecast - we use it a lot here at May First/People Link.

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