[Icecast] Best way to handle multiple (6+) streams

Dennis Heerema.net Dennis at Heerema.net
Sat May 21 04:46:40 PDT 2005


I read something about a new version of Opticodec-SE see


    * *SE Version - Standard Edition - NEW!! *
    * Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/2003 Server Application.
    * Graphical user interface uses standard Microsoft Windows menu
      structures for ease of learning and use.
    * Console user interface supports batch file execution to enable
      easy launching and automation.
    * Supports any high quality Microsoft Windows Sound Card. May be
      used with Optimod-PC professional signal processing sound card.
    * Up to 128kbps bitrate using aacPlus codec.
    * Up to 320kbps bitrate using AAC codec.
    * Up to 4 encoder instances per stream.  -----*** Maybe this is what
      your looking for?*
    * MPEG-2/MPEG-4 Streaming


Dennis Heerema

Dan Stowell wrote:

>Could you use something like a MOTU firewire box to input all your
>streams into one computer? They have lots of audio inputs.
>I don't know anything about the practicalities I'm afraid, so no idea
>how to turn those inputs into separate streams. But I'd much rather do
>that than run 8 separate computers.
>On 19/05/05, Seth McTigh <kleptein at hotmail.com> wrote:
>>I have a need to stream 6 or 8 different audio sources (radios), and am
>>seeking suggestions on the best way to do it.  Although I'd like to stream
>>each separately, I could combine them to stereo streams and do 2 on each.
>>I'd like to know what the best hardware configuration would be to accomplish
>>this?  Are there any multiple input sound cards that have been successfully
>>tested, or will I need to run 6 or 8 separate boxes to stream into a main
>>Is it possible to configure 4 sound cards in a single computer?
>>Any suggestions/pointers would be greatly appreciated.
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