[icecast] new utility - ezstream
ross at stationplaylist.com
Fri Jan 30 13:07:00 PST 2004
Thanks for your work on this oddsock. It's a major feature that's been
missing from the Win32 environment. I presume you will be offering a Win32
binary on your site at some stage.
Low-cost music scheduling, live assist & automation software for
radio broadcasting, internet streaming, & in-store music systems.
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From: "oddsock" <oddsock at oddsock.org>
To: <icecast at xiph.org>
Sent: Saturday, January 31, 2004 8:47 AM
Subject: [icecast] new utility - ezstream
<p>> Just wanted to let everyone know that I've released a new streaming
> called (appropriately enough) ezstream.
> ezstream will read in mp3/vorbis files and send them (without reencoding)
> to an icecast2 server. It can also take in input from stdin. We used to
> have a utility like this (called shout) but shout had horrible timing
> issues and didn't work well at all. This version uses the latest
> libshout2, and also (due to it's simple nature) works as a command line
> utility under both unix and windows.
> I wrote it to give people a nice easy utility for creating mounts that can
> be used as fallbacks (ezstream can be used to send a loop stream of a
> single mp3 or vorbis file which can be used as a fallback
> since it doesn't do reencoding it can be run on the server without much
> time requirements.
> hopefully you'll find it to be useful.
> and you may be asking yourself.."Doesn't ices do this ?"..well yes, but
> ices doesn't read mp3s and has very little hope in being ported to win32.
> try it here : http://www.icecast.org/files/ezstream-0.1.0.tar.gz
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