[nycbug-talk] webcasting. . .

max max
Tue Jul 12 14:08:52 EDT 2005

Well, Google says:
a guide to setup live audio on linux using a soundcard(gasp) icecast/ices combo. Looks real easy enough. Setup audio with ices on your laptop, configure ices to forward to remote server X, and as long as there is enough pipe and a static ip, you have a stream. 
Another thing i found: http://darkice.sourceforge.net/
Pretty much same thing, also in ports.
And you can prolly always ask apple for another favor since they make darwin streaming server, and probably have static ip/enough pipe.

George, wanna shell? : ) 
its a jail, ill give you root

On Tue, Jul 12, 2005 at 01:07:19PM -0400, alex at pilosoft.com wrote:
> On Tue, 12 Jul 2005, max wrote:
> > Well, I would think if apple store provides decent bandwidth, it would
> > be possible to setup audio->shoutcast forwarder->shoutcast remote
> > server->internet streaming. I have a server setup with icecast at the
> > moment to stream some random music. Its pretty bandwidth-intensive, and
> > I've never worked with local audio source forwarded to remote server for
> > actual distribution, so I'm personally fuzzy on implementation, but im
> > sure its possible. Since I have a server colo'ed at pilosoft (go alex) i
> > can certainly waste some of his bandwidth for this : )
> Werd up, we have bandwidth coming out of our ears, and certainly don't 
> mind it being used for a good cause.
> -alex

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