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Topic # 14566 10-Jul-2007 00:25
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Hi Gang,

I've posted this question to the shoutcast forums too.

I've been approached by a company who wants a dedicated stream, however in Ogg Vorbis format.
Currently I'm using Shoutcast DSP for this, which is called from my on air software (streaming direct out of the software).
I've been unable to find any answers so far wether I can have a shoutcast stream in ogg vorbis format.
I'm offered AAC+ AAC and MP3 for encoding options in the Shoutcast DSP plugin.

Anyone have any ideas?

Cheers,
ZollyMonsta





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Reply # 77545 10-Jul-2007 07:20
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Grant,

Try Icecast http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Icecast
Not sure if it'll work with your radio automation software though.
That's something you'll have to find out yourself.









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  Reply # 77549 10-Jul-2007 08:21
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Thanks :)

Yep, discovered I need Icecast to act as the server and Oddcast to encode in Ogg Vorbis.  More clutter! :-\





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