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4th July 2002, 13:25
I was wondering... does SHOUTcast only supports fast connections?
How about a PC running at PIII 733 MHz with 128 RAM connected at 33.6 bps?
I doubt it but i read somewhere that the required specs were even lower than that... maybe i misread some stuff.
4th July 2002, 13:45
You should be able to send out a single
24kbps mono stream, which you can send
to a service such as streamguys, or the
like, to serve many people. As for your
hardware, yes, it is more than sufficient.
synerdata radio (http://synerdata.com)
4th July 2002, 14:14
How about being both server and broadcaster? Sufficient? or impossible?
4th July 2002, 15:06
Does both of these is compatible together? Cause like i filled in 127.0.0.1 using port 1080 and it didnt return any errors. The only thing i found weird was with the HTTP-Tunnel - it said it "could not complete SOCKS request."
anyone ever tried this out?
by the way, must i encode mp3 files to 24 kbps to stream it? <-- a stupid question.
4th July 2002, 19:05
Server and source on your machine, yes.
> Tunnel - it said it "could not complete SOCKS request."
> anyone ever tried this out?
> by the way, must i encode mp3 files to 24 kbps to stream it?
Search "Socket's" or "firewalls" in the search engine.
And, the DSP will convert audio to the selected bitrate
from the original for you, no conversion required, unless
you are using an intro file.
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