[CELT-dev] [OT] high quality point-to-point audio streaming software?

Alexander Carôt Alexander_Carot at gmx.net
Thu Feb 17 02:56:41 PST 2011

Hi Ross,

feel free to try Soundjack from http://www.soundjack.eu - although the
original intention is a low-delay distributed music application (in order
to actually play together) it is already used by numerous radio stations
and for other high-quality audio/video streaming purposes.



Am 17.02.11 10:50 schrieb "Ross Bencina" unter
<rossb-lists at audiomulch.com>:

>Hi Guys
>Sorry, this is off-topic here but relates to current use of CELT and/or
>in real-world systems. If there's a better forum to ask this question
>let me know.
>I'm wondering if anyone can point me in the direction of software I can
>right now that will give me high-quality point-to-point live audio
>accross the  internet. Kind of like Skype, but designed for stereo music
>instead of just voice. The application is streaming a live music concert
>from one venue to another venue on another continent.
>Correct me if I'm wrong, but I've read that you can do things like this
>icecast but my understanding is you need to configure a server so it's
>suited to permenatnt broadcast than for ad-hoc once-off point-to-point
>streaming sessions.
>I guess once Opus is finished Skype will do something like this but I'm
>wondering what's available today (the concert is in one week!).
>Any and all pointers welcome :-)
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