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Internet Radio Encoders

    butt

    butt (broadcast using this tool) is an easy to use, multi OS streaming tool.
    It supports ShoutCast and IceCast and runs on Linux, MacOS and Windows.
    The main purpose of butt is to stream live audio data from your computers Mic or Line input to an Shoutcast or Icecast server. Recording is also possible.
    It is NOT intended to be a server by itself or automatically stream a set of audio files.


    Features
  • Works with SHOUTcast and Icecast
  • Runs on all three major operating systems. Mac OS X, Linux and Windows up to 8.1
  • Supports mp3 and ogg for streaming
  • Supports mp3, ogg and wav for recording
  • Is able to connect to a server after starting up automatically
  • Is able to start a recording after connecting to a server automatically
  • Recording can be split after a user defined amount of time
  • Current song can either be updated manually or automatically by reading a file
  • Configuration files can be imported and exported
  • Status display shows info's about the current state (click on it)
  • Automatically reconnects in case the connection was interrupted
  • Has a VU Meter with peak hold
  • Is able to attenuate and amplify the input volume
  • Can stream and record with different channel and sample rate settings
  • Display colors can be changed as desired
  • Download Link For Butt



    Source: SourceForge net

    MB RECASTER


    MB RECASTER FREE is a freeware application allowing to stream over the internet the audio input/outputs of the soundcard. It's a good replacement of other solutions based on Winamp or Edcast. Features are listed below:

  • Capture audio from any sound card, input from microphone, line or stereo mix
  • Up to 4 encoders of any format (Shoutcast v1 / v2, Icecast, Windows Media)
  • Codec mp3, ogg, aac+ v1/v2, wma
  • Read metadata from an external text file
  • Show stats (if available from the streaming server)
  • Get great sound quality with advanced audio processing functions adding DSP plugins as SoundSolution, AudioProc, etc.
  • PFL of the final mix
  • Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, Server, 32 / 64 bits


  • Download MB RECASTER

    Source: MB SOFT

    Altacast

    Quote SnowHow.

    After some serious hard work, I finally managed to get the original Oddcast/Edcast source code from oddsock.org working on my own. It was no easy task, either.

    I figured out how to download all the source code and after going over it, I managed to clean it up and make it compilable.

    List of Changes/Improvements:

    Made main window slightly taller to accommodate larger encoder window Items in main window spread out a little Configuration window now uses tabs like Shoutcast encoder instead of buttons (looks more professional).
    YP configuration is editable when the "Public" setting is disabled.
    The 'OK' and "Cancel" buttons were moved to the bottom on either side to make it less likely to click the wrong one Server type drop down box enlarged Encoder Password field now hides the password Cleaned up the code to make it more compliant with today's standards Tested working and stable on Windows XP, Server 2003 and Windows 7

    Bugs and other issues:

    Deleting multiple encoders in the main window one at a time from the bottom up will crash it. As a workaround, I made the encoder window so that you can select multiple encoders. It will still only delete one at a time, but selecting multiple encoders anyway keeps it from crashing.

    There are currently four AltaCasts available:

  • AltaCast Standalone 1.0
  • AltaCast Winamp 1.0
  • AltaCast 1.0 for Foobar 0.9.x
  • AltaCast 1.0 for Foobar 1.x


  • Downloads on AltaCast Free Broadcasting Tools

    Source: www.altacast.com
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