[icecast] darkice client for windows
oddsock at oddsock.org
Mon Dec 30 08:32:46 PST 2002
oddcast DSP is what you want, it supports live input (called Advanced Recording) and does support streaming to Peercast...It currently does not support Vorbis metadata for live recording (since metadata for vorbis streaming is inserted into the ogg stream, as opposed to how it's done for mp3 in which the metadata is updated on the server via URL calls)...
anyway, it's the closest thing to what you want, and it works very well (if I do say so myself) :)
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On 12/30/2002 at 12:55 PM René Oelke wrote:
>i am looking for a solution like darkice. but for win and not for
>linux. i want to perform some live-dj sets in an internet radio. the
>technology of the radio is based on peercast (p2p). the peercast
>server that gets the stream runs under linux. the dj works with
>external hardware and sends the audio data in a soundcard line input
>runnung under windows. the darkice-like program should get audio data
>from this input, encode it in an oggstream and send it via the
>icecast protocol to the peercast server. it would be nice if it there
>possible to send some other information like songtitle and so on
>live to the server.
>thanx for helping me
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