View Full Version : SHOUTCast DSP PLUGIN FOR LINUX!!!!
18th February 2003, 02:24
Ok please someone. Can you help me out with a link for shoutcast DSP plugin for LINUX i cant seem to find it. I do find the shoutcast DNAS server but not the dsp plugin. PLEASE HELP THANKS!!! or transcoder or wtf ever it is
18th February 2003, 03:46
There is none.
18th February 2003, 05:38
then how can i get it working on linux!?
18th February 2003, 11:25
You simply have to use a Windows machine to dj, and linux to serve.
18th February 2003, 15:12
if you know any perl you can download the libshout libraries + libshout perl + LAME and write your own DSP. otherwise you're stuck with windows.
20th February 2003, 01:32
Lest yee forget the passage to http://cvs.casterclub.com/horde/chora/cvs.php?login=2&rt=CVS.ODDSOCK.ORG
lookup oddcast v2 for xmms
worthy of a note for a webcasting solution on linux.
20th April 2003, 05:20
For an alternate server, take a look at IceCast. For a DSP plugin for XMMS, try LiveIce.
Or, do what I am doing now which I must say is the best combo so far - Shoutcast and the Shoutcast DNAS. Create a playlist, make a directory structure with your MP3s in it, start shoutcast, start sc_trans_linux. Go play. That easy.
Make sure you change the STUPID settings in the .conf file for sc_trans_linux that broadcast "My Gay Son".. What ass set that up as the default?
20th April 2003, 14:14
there isn't a Winamp type of plugin for Linux, simply because the Winamp linux hasn't been developped.
Thus, if you want to encode on a linux box to a shoutcast server, you can use "sc_trans" sc_trans works very well, is just as stable as sc_serv for Linux.
I've only used it for mp3 files, but I do want to try it with "live" mp3 streaming.
you can use icecast's ices-0.2.3, but the yp.shoutcast.com won't put the stream in to the yp (you will get an error message).
21st April 2003, 16:33
I recently made the switch from Win32 to Linux. I had a heck of a time getting any fo the XMMS plugins to work properly, and the XMMS plugins didn't allow for the kind of station automation that I was interested in.
I did find the solution I was looking for after searching and searching... http://stream-db.sourceforge.net/
From the website:
"stream-db is a database-enabled version of streamcast, an MP3 file streamer for icecast/shoutcast servers, using a database as the backend instead of perl data structures to hold song information and play queues."
The initial setup of stream-db (or php-stream for that matter) is a little more difficult that enabling a plugin, but the additional functionality and flexibility is definitely worth the trouble.
At any rate... here's my broadcast... the microcast (http://www.themicrocast.com/) I'm running stream-db as my stream source, connected to an off-site SHOUTcast server, with phpStreamcast as the web interface to the audio stream.
I'd be happy to answer any questions that you may have about setting up stream-db (http://stream-db.sourceforge.net/) or phpStreamcast (http://www.adfinis.com/projects/phpstreamcast/).
21st April 2003, 17:07
If you are using the GUI in Linux, you can use this:
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