[Icecast] Web Based scheduler like LiveSupport for icecast
bjacint at kvark.hu
Wed Jul 5 02:12:57 PDT 2006
You may want to take a look at www.spacialaudio.com 's SAM audio
broadcaster. It's not free though, runs of Windows (yay!), but might fit.
Chris MacDonald wrote:
> I've thought about it briefly (I'm in the same boat as you, but I've
> been tinkering with making my own interface) and I more or less came
> to the conclusion that it was more complicated than it was worth, for
> me at least. For my purposes having spoken content recorded
> beforehand, uploaded, added to the playlist and played back a couple
> hours later was good enough.
> What you might be able to do is set up two streams, one live and one
> off your playlist, each being a fallback for the other. Kill the live
> stream and dump listeners over to the live feed and when you're done
> broadcasting live you can turn the playlist back on, kill your live
> feed and dump everyone back. I'm not sure if this is feasible or not,
> I just remember thinking about it. I might have read about this
> approach around here, who knows.
> John Buttery wrote:
>> * On Wed 2006-Jul-05 00:29:45 -0400, Aaron Wolfe <aawolfe at gmail.com>
>>> You might like my project called tunequeue, though it might be
>>> overkill or
>>> too much effort to install. It does provide a web interface to ices
>>> allows fairly complex scheduling. It is perl with a mysql backend.
>> Thanks for the tip! I don't know about the other guy, but I
>> definitely think this is something _I_ want to use. :)
>> One question, though...have you experimented with live-feed break-ins?
>> In other words, set the station to do whatever it does 24/7, but then
>> you want to be able to suspend the "static content" at any time and
>> connect with a live stream, then kill the live stream and the static
>> content picks right back up. I've been looking for something that would
>> make this easy; I'd pretty much resigned myself to having to create one
>> myself from scratch (thus re-inventing the wheel for the 50th time...).
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