[development] live audio streaming with drupal
cmc333333 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 14 20:33:41 UTC 2010
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Don't forget shoutcast's open source sister, icecast  and the related
ices2 . I've used them quite a bit, but only with oggs.
Alex Fisher wrote:
> Wilson, shoutcast streaming can be pretty easy and work well, too. Feel
> free to ping me directly if you have questions about using Shoutcast.
> Alex Fisher | 734-393-4696
> Commercial Progression LLC - Drupal Web Design
> On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 5:22 PM, Brad Weikel <brad.weikel at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Apologies if this is just pointing out the obvious, but it sounds like
>> you're actually asking about the basic setup of an audio stream, i.e. you
>> need to setup a server or locate a service to host your stream. That's a
>> separate project from embedding an existing stream in a website.
>> I don't know much about this stuff, but I believe Darwin Streaming Server
>> is pretty standard for self-hosting a stream. On the services side,
>> BlogTalkRadio is one option popular with talking-head-type podcasters. I
>> have no idea what traditional radio stations use.
>> Once you've got a working stream that you can listen to live, then some of
>> the other suggestions (like the Station module) might help you do cool stuff
>> with your stream on your Drupal site, including capturing and archiving it.
>> On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 3:21 PM, Wingston Sharon <
>> wingston.sharon at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> yeah... but those are only for say audio downloading n all. what about
>>> that lets me publish a live radio broadcast.
>>> [Wilson Wingston Sharon]
>>> On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 12:15 AM, Bob Hutchinson <hutchlists at midwales.com
>>>> On Tuesday 13 April 2010, Wingston Sharon wrote:
>>>>> Is it possible to set up a live audio stream with drupal? what modules
>>>>> should i be using?
>>>> go to http://drupal.org/project/modules and search for audio, you'll get
>>>> whole list of them
>>>>> [Wilson Wingston Sharon]
>>>> Bob Hutchinson
>>>> Midwales dot com
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