Old 12th December 2015, 03:34   #1
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Where are Shoutcast TV stations listed?

Dear Anyone.

Anybody know where Shoutcast TV, NOT RADIO! stations are listed?

I've got the radio ones but I know Shoutcast can do TV/Video as well. Anyone know where there's a separate list of the TV stations?

Also, is Icecast another name for Shoutcast and is there a list of THEIR TV stations somewhere too?

Sorry if this is in the wrong forum, just tell me and I'll move it.

Yours respectfully

Chris.
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Old 16th December 2015, 10:18   #2
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Shoutcast TV died a slow but painful death a few years ago .... Poor thing it never got the chance to fly under A O Hell



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Old 16th December 2015, 11:04   #3
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It exists an external list for SHOUTcast TV since AOL has it removed from winamp.

http://thugie.nl/streams.php
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Old 30th December 2015, 12:51   #4
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It exists an external list for SHOUTcast TV since AOL has it removed from winamp.

http://thugie.nl/streams.php
Awesome.

I just checked it out and it looks cool.
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Old 9th January 2016, 05:49   #5
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NSV source software has not been officially updated since 2004. Eventually newer versions of Windows simply won't support it.

Another point about NSV.

Some one will have to dig up the old NSV sdk to create codec plugins when the final versions of H.265 and VP9 are released. That's going to be touchy - with so many alternate up to date video platforms out there.

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Old 26th February 2016, 19:03   #6
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NO need for h265 and VP9.

Use x264 codec instead! Quality is like VP8, but encoding is much faster.
Together with aac+ parametric stereo you can broadcast a low bitrated SHOUTcast-TV-stream with good video audio quality.

Watch teststream here:

http://evse.cz:8012 click 'listen'

(400kbit/s 16:9 720x416px 25fps x264/aac+ stereo)

Because of modern x264-codec following players are tested successfully:

Winamp (Windows)
VLC-Player (Windows, Android, iOS)
MX Player Pro (Android)
KMPlayer (Windows)
CorePlayer (Nokia-Symbian)
WiiMC

Enjoy it !
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H.264 is a proprietary codecs that is now obsolete. It is being replaced by the H.265 codec.
The NSV software is also very obsolete.

The VP9 video and Opus audio codecs are the next generation Open Source codecs which can be used within the Webm distribution architecture.

NSV is not supported under HTML 5 - Webm is.

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