The SHOUTcast Source DSP seems to be eating my CPU. When I connect a stream to my DNAS (tried both local and remote), the stream begins to skip horribly. I can disconnect the stream and the songs play fine. I've encountered the same problem on two different machines. My machine is an Athlon 600, 128MB SDRAM, 40GB 7200RPM hard drive, 32MB agp 2x video with a direct 10/100 ethernet connection to the remote DNAS. It's running a fully updated version of Windows Mellinium. The other machine is an AMD K6-2 500, 64MB SDRAM, 10GB 5400RPM hard drive, 8MB agp 1x video card with a direct 10/100 ethernet connection to the remote DNAS. It's running a fully updated version of Windows 98 Second Edition. Both computers are running WinAMP 2.73 and SHOUTcast Source DSP 1.8.0. I've tried several different broadcast bitrates and frequencies but to no avail. I have tried the NetShow codecs recommended on the SHOUTcast download page and the codecs which come with Windows Media Player. The problem seems to have just started happening within the last few days. Maybe a daylight savings bug? My computer was broadcasting fine last week, I shut it off for the weekend and now I can't broadcast for more than 4 minutes or so without breaking up. Any help would be greatly appriciated! I'm trying to start an internet based radio station at my school and would love to have a working model within a week. Thanks in advance.
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